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1:00 pm

Putting mental and physical health on the same page

October 10 @ 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm
Ron Cooke Hub, Heslington East Campus
York, YO10 5DD United Kingdom
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Free

An event to celebrate World Mental Health Day for anyone with an interest in mental health research. About this Event Mental and physical health are equally important and indivisible, since there is 'no health without mental health'. People who use mental health services often experience very poor physical health. This represents a profound health inequality that is poorly understood and underappreciated. Over recent years we have used World Mental Health Day to show how the University of York and our partners contribute to better mental health for all. This year you can hear about our ambitious plan and the partnerships we have formed to bring innovative solutions to close the health gap for people who use mental health services by putting mental and physical health on the same page. For further information please see a copy of the draft programme. If you have any questions about this event please contact either Carol Taylor c.taylor@york.ac.uk or Ruth Wadman ruth.wadman@york.ac.uk

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6:00 pm

SASH evening at The Van Gogh immersive Exhibition

October 10 @ 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
St Mary’s Church, Castlegate
York, YO1 9RN United Kingdom
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Free

SASH invites you to experience the stunning Van Gogh immersive Exhibition. About this Event 10th of October marks World Homeless Day and we would like to celebrate by saying thank you to all our wonderful staff, hosts, young people and supporters by inviting you to a FREE evening at the Van Gogh exhibition (normally £13 plus £3 VR). Your support has made it possible for SASH to continue preventing youth homelessness locally. Thank you! ‘Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience’ is a travelling exhibition intended for a wide audience including families and visitors of all ages. It is a beautiful exhibition around Van Gogh that combines his life story with an in-depth immersion into the heart of his art. The immersive aspect provides an impressive pathway into the painter’s life and his work, while containing a large variety of didactic information.‘ Thanks to cutting edge virtual projection you will become a part of the spectacular, incomparable universe of Vincent Van Gogh. The experience will let you discover the life of the artist in a new way: his time at the convent and in Arles, the secrets from the letters he wrote to his brother and much more. You will participate in a unique sound and light show that will immerse you in the world renowned and familiar images of Vincent Van Gogh. No one will leave untouched. Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience is a 360 degree experience in the universe of one of the greatest geniuses of the last century. At the end of the exhibition, the VR Experience will take the visitors even deeper into the life of the artist in Arles. You will travel through eight works and their sources of inspiration: Vincent’s room, the meadows, the forest, the village and ending with Starry Night over the Rhone River. The experience has thrilled visitors in Naples, Italy and Brussels, Belgium. York St Mary’s is the UK premiere opening of this awe inspiring attraction. For more details visit: https://www.vangoghexpo.co.uk/ This evening we are able to offer free entry including the VR experience to our supporters. The usually entry price is £13 per adult and £3 extra for VR. We are grateful to the exhibition for choosing to support SASH throughout their time in York and we will receive 75p from every visitor to the VR experience, expected to be in the thousands! Please not this invite is for the email recipient only please do not share it. Please also note there are two invites per person only.

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6:30 pm

Partition Voices: Untold British stories

October 10 @ 6:30 pm - 7:30 pm
Bowland Auditorium, Berrick Saul Building, University of York YO10 5DD + Google Map
Free

Dotted across homes in Britain are people who were witnesses to one of the most tumultuous events of the twentieth century. Yet their memory of India's Partition in 1947 has been shrouded in silence. Kavita Puri ‘s father was twelve when he found himself one of the millions of Sikhs, Hindus and Muslims caught up in the devastating aftermath of a hastily drawn border, dividing the Indian subcontinent into India and Pakistan. He remained silent – like so many – about the horrors he had seen for seventy years. When her father finally spoke out, opening up a forgotten part of Puri's family history, she was compelled to seek out the stories of South Asians who were once subjects of the British Raj, and are now British citizens. Determined to preserve these accounts – of the end of empire and the difficult birth of two nations – Puri records a series of remarkable first-hand testimonies. They reveal Partition's enduring legacy for British South Asians and their descendants in Britain today.

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7:00 pm

OUR MINDS OUR FUTURE OPEN MIC NIGHT (Leeds)

October 10 @ 7:00 pm - 10:00 pm
LS6 Cafe, 16 Headingley Lane
Leeds, LS6 2AS United Kingdom
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