The Well Made Project – A Sense of Unexpected Events

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Online art and health exhibition featuring extracts from “The State of ME”

As part of London  Creativity and Wellbeing week 4-12 June, The Well Made Project is hosting an online exhibition called A Series of Unexpected Events. 
‘Over the course of a week, this online exhibition on art and health will publish an artwork by a different artist each day. These distinct pieces, each conveying the impact of a life event, will gradually build up a wider narrative around wellbeing.’

 
Extracts of my novel, The State of Me, will be used at some point, I don’t know how/when/where, which makes it even more interesting!
 
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