Fort Wayne, IN – Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana’s third annual Art of Hope exhibit will be on display from October 27, 2021, through November 21, 2021 at the Rolland Art Center at the University of Saint Francis.
Art of Hope puts a spotlight on local artists and their inspiring interpretations of mental health, recovery, healing, and hope. The exhibit opens the door for frank and fascinating conversations around mental health and the way it impacts our lives.
This year, Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana anticipates displaying nearly 50 artworks from 23 local artists.
Mental Health America of Northeast Indiana (MHANI) is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting the mental and emotional health of our community through advocacy, education, support services, and hope.
Since its founding in 1954, MHANI has worked locally to reduce negative stigma relating to mental and emotional health, raise awareness about effective mental health services and supports, and encourage positive mental and emotional wellbeing for all.
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