First Lady's Mental Health Awareness Art Shows
Recognizing the importance of mental health awareness and the expressive power of art, Maryland's First Lady will host two art shows this Spring highlighting mental health awareness month in May. Both shows will be displayed in the Lowe House Office building in Annapolis. The first, will focus on adult artists who express their mental health journey through their works. Each set of artwork will express a narrative of personal healing and spark discussion on the reduction of stigma associated with mental health concerns.
The reception for this display will be held on April 24th and is open to the public. See the below link for details.
The second show highlights the importance of good mental health for Maryland's youth. Children and youth from across Maryland were asked to create artwork expressing something which makes them feel mentally happy, healthy and hopeful. A selection of this work will be showcased in Annapolis at
Celebrating Through Art: The First Lady's Mental Health Awareness Youth Art Display during Children's Mental Health Awareness Week May 1-12th.
Mrs. Hogan will host a reception and celebration of the artists on May 8th. The reception is open to the public, but pre-registration is required at the below link.
Behavioral Health Awareness Art Show Link