Future events

Brunswick Street Sketches #2. Joint exhibition. The Black Cat, Fitzroy. 29 Sep – 12 Oct 2020

Brunswick Street Fitzroy: sketches and urban history. Solo exhibition. Fitzroy Library, Fitzroy. 13 Nov 2020 – 31 Jan 2021

Beginning urban sketching: things I wish I had known. Two workshops scheduled as part of the Melbourne Urban Sketchers 10×10 workshop program, March and April 2020. Postponed due to coronavirus crisis.

Past events

SOLO EXHIBITIONS

2014 – I am here because I care: a journey of self-discovery, strength and joy, St Vincent’s Gallery, Fitzroy

2013 – The Caring Together Art Journal Project, 23rd Annual TheMHS Conference, Melbourne Conference Centre, Melbourne

JOINT EXHIBITIONS

2019 – Brunswick Street Sketches, The Black Cat, Fitzroy

2018 – Celebrating the natural world, The Old Print Shop, Loch

2014 – Art in Science, Science in Art, ACMD Research Week, St Vincent’s Gallery, Fitzroy 

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ART WORKSHOPS

 2015 – Two art journaling workshops for mental health caregivers, consumers and clinicians in Broken Hill. Retained by the Family & Carer Mental Health Program, Far West Local Health District, New South Wales.

2013 – Full day art journaling workshop for mental health caregivers in Broken Hill . Retained by the Family & Carer Mental Health Program, Far West Local Health District, New South Wales.  

PRESENTATIONS 

This is an unusual category of events for an artist, but many of my illustrations have been used to communicate important messages, especially in the areas of wellbeing, self care, mental health and caregiving. During the years I was working on the Caring Together art Journal Project, and then on the Optimal Health Program, I was funded to present at many events, including national and international conferences. All of my presentations were based around my artwork, using art on powerpoint slides and in short videos that I produced.

2016 – Wilding, H.  Celebrating those who care: artwork from the Caring Together Art Journal Project. ePoster presented at 26th TheMHS Conference 2016: People: authenticity starts in the heart. Auckland, New Zealand.

2016 – De Ieso, M., Moore, G., Wilding, H., & Castle, D. Co-design and creative development of the Optimal Health Program. People: Authenticity starts in the heart, Contemporary TheMHS in Mental Health Services, Auckland Conference Proceedings 2016, TheMHS Conference, Auckland, New Zealand.

2016 – Moore, G., Wilding, H., De Ieso, M., & Castle, D. Co-design and creative development of the Optimal Health Program. Oral presentation at 26th TheMHS Conference 2016: People: authenticity starts in the heart. Auckland, New Zealand.

2015 – Wilding, H. From mental health research librarian to creative program designer: multi-skilling in the development of the Optimal Health Program. Oral presentation at 12th Health Libraries Inc Conference: Breaking out of your shell. Melbourne.

2015 – Wilding, H. (2015). The Optimal Health Program in Colour: Oh the possibilities! Oral presentation at Frameworks for Health Forum: An eHealth approach for the Optimal Health Program, 18 March 2015. St Vincent’s Hospital, Melbourne.

2015 – Wilding, H., Moore, G., Gray, K., Elliott, K., Woodward-Kron, R., & Castle, D. Optimal Health Program in colour: exploring creative ways to enhance engagement in a wellbeing program. Oral presentation at 25th TheMHS Conference 2015: Translating best practice into reality. Canberra.

2015 – Wilding, H., Moore, G., Castle, D., & Ski, C. Optimal Heath Program: a psycho-educational wellbeing program transforming research to reality. ePoster presented at 25th TheMHS Conference 2015: Translating best practice into reality. Canberra.

2014 – Wilding, H., & Shakespear, A. Family and carer inclusion in care – how it can work and why it really matters. Oral presentation at 1st Mind Australia Community Conference, Melbourne.

2014 – Wilding, H. Family and carer recovery. Oral presentation at the Family Recovery Forum, Bouverie Centre, Brunswick.

2013 – Wilding, H., & Clifton, T. Sharing stories to draw carers and clinicians together – Intangible and the Caring Together Art Journal Project. Oral presentation at 23rd Annual TheMHS Conference, Melbourne, 21-23 August 2013: Forging the future. Melbourne: The Mental Health Services Conference.

2013 – Wilding, H., & Ruggiero, L. The Caring Together Art Journal Project. Oral presentation at TheMHS 2013 Family and Carer Forum: Carers forging the future together, 20 August 2013. Melbourne.

2013 – Wilding, H. The Caring Together Art Journal Project. Oral presentation at The World Hearing Voices Congress, 20-22 November 2013, Melbourne: Hearing Voices: Journeys to Understanding. Melbourne.

2013 – Heath, J., Quantock, R., Wilding, H., & Joseph, A. Panel: What Defines Wellbeing? TheMHS 2013 Family and Carer Forum: Carers forging the future together, 20 August 2013, Melbourne.

2012 – Ruggiero, L., Casey, A., & Wilding, H. Integrating family perspectives into clinical practice. Oral presentation at IACAPAP 20th World Congress, Paris, July 2012: Brain, Mind and development. Paris

2012 – Wilding, H., Ruggiero, L., & McKenzie, P. The Caring Together Art Journal Project: Using art and narratives to enable partnership between carers and clinicians.  Book of proceedings : 6 – 9 September 2011 : 21st annual TheMHS Conference Adelaide, South Australia : resilience in change. Balmain, NSW

2011 – Wilding, H., & Ruggiero, L. The Caring Together Art Journal Project: Using art and narratives to start a conversation between carers and clinicians. Oral presentation at Southern Synergy Conference for Social Workers, Monash, November 2011: Family Business or Risky Business? Social Work and Family Inclusive Practice. Melbourne: South Eastern Cluster of Social Workers.

2011 – Wilding, H., Ruggiero, L., & McKenzie, P. The Caring Together Art Journal Project : Using art and narratives to enable partnership between carers and clinicians. Oral presentation at 21st annual TheMHS Conference Adelaide, South Australia : resilience in change. Adelaide.