Artwork and words by artist Carla Cannon @cjwiththeflow
""Artists make in isolation but thrive in community.
Go find your people and make things happen
for each other."
Identity/s Exhibition; Art by Kim Noble
Alice’s experience in clinical practice afforded her the opportunity to work across the lifespan in a range of clinical and research settings. Alongside this work she continued her artistic professional development where time allowed. She regularly reflected on the complementary value the creative arts offered her clients, encouraging various forms of expression as a therapeutic outlet.
In recent years working as an artist, Alice was drawn to the notion of working more broadly within the arts sector, and incorporating her passion for mental health support in the community. She currently works as part of a small curatorial team for The Perspective Project, a social enterprise tackling the stigma of mental health through art and creativity.
Alice will be studying at the Royal College of Art's Postgraduate Summer School
'Curating Contemporary Art and Design: Theory and Practice' Jun/Jul 2021
This year's course will explore the theme, "Why Now? The Urgency of Curating"
Clyde & Co. Law Firm, London
Corporate instillation of artwork aiming to engage employees with visual and written narratives of mental health to raise awareness and evoke discussion.
To see a video of this work please click here.
Affordable Art Fair, Battersea
Perspective Project Charity Partner
Identity/s, Old Street Gallery, London
An exhibition of two artists with Dissociative Identity Disorder (DID); Kim Noble and Becky Newell. An exploration and visual display of the multiple identities within the artists and the wide range of visually stunning, unique art.