Last year, Mental Ideas partnered National Day of Unplugging to bring you Mental Ideas Unplugged. The chilled event, held in Hong Kong Park, highlighted the value of disconnecting from our … Continue Reading Plugged In Parenting #Quarantine
The Hong Kong International Mental Health Film Festival provides a platform for innovative and ingenious filmmakers to showcase their mental health inspired films to an audience of film buyers, broadcasters, journalists, … Continue Reading Mental Ideas Launching HKIMHFF!
Mental Ideas is honored and humbled to have been invited to attend the 2020 NIFA Awards in Wisconsin May 1-3! Mental Idealist Sadie Kaye was the stunned recipient of NIFA’s International … Continue Reading Mental Ideas @ NIFA 2020!
A special screening of our ambassador Raffaello Degruttola’s BIFA-nominated comedy film FLIM The Movie plus Q&A with director and cast will be held in London Feb 3! For details, click HERE! … Continue Reading ‘Flim’ Screens in London & Launches on Apple TV!
Meet our newest recruit and Resident Artist Param Vibe Mirpuri! Param Vibe is a dancer, writer, visual artist and spoken word poet. He fuses poetry, dance, character acting and abstract art to … Continue Reading Param Creates Vibe for Exploding Mental Health!
Mental Ideas creative director Sadie Kaye took part in a panel discussion to mark 2019 World Mental Health Day Oct 9 with the CEOs of HSBC and Mind HK, Edward Moncreiffe and Hannah Reidy, HSBC … Continue Reading Mental Ideas marks World Mental Health Day with HSBC & Mind HK
Mental Ideas’ globetrotting Resident Photographer Enrique (‘Ricky’) Sadiosa has spent 5 years traveling the world in the footsteps of Philippine national hero, Dr. Jose Rizal. He’s produced a documentary film … Continue Reading Ricky Sadiosa Travels World in Footsteps of Philippine National Hero Dr. Jose Rizal
Mental Ideas is curating a mental health arts festival inspired by the recent spike in stats of Hongkongers reporting mental illness. During this inaugural event Hongkongers will be able to … Continue Reading Healing Hong Kong 香港康復
Sexual violence is not prejudice. It can happen to anyone, inflicting immediate and lasting damage on a person’s mental health. This collection is by no means complete, but it will … Continue Reading Art To End The Silence On Sexual Violence – Charlotte Farhan
ExperiMENTAL is our bold new art project and photography exhibition. We’ve commissioned 10 pro photographers to capture the complexities of 10 mental heath conditions in a single shot. The results will … Continue Reading ExperiMENTAL Exhibition
Disruptive Innovation is everywhere. From healthcare to social media, education to music, change-makers from across the board explore the importance of disruption in every corner of business, tech and life. … Continue Reading The Brains Behind Disruption
The Arrival is the first exhibition in Asia of Australian illustrator, author, and filmmaker Shaun Tan, exhibiting a selection of more than 30 works of original drawings and digital prints … Continue Reading Last Chance to see Shaun Tan’s Exhibition!
MENTAL IDEAS is a noisy, unashamedly provocative non-profit film and media platform using the arts and the media to engage and explain mental health in daring and ingenious ways. The platform … Continue Reading Launching MENTAL IDEAS!
To celebrate International Day of Unplugging, a 24-hour global respite from technology, Mental Ideas will be hosting an event in Hong Kong on March 1st 2019 from sundown till midnight. The event … Continue Reading Mental Ideas Unplugged!
The choreographer and artist Alexandra Pirici likens her work to a transmission whose precise message may or may not be received. Trained as a dancer, she often works with groups … Continue Reading How Alexandra Pirici Telegraphs Big Ideas Through Small Gestures
Mental Ideas Ambassador and artist-activist Jade Bryant uses art as self-therapy and inspires others to do the same. By challenging the public’s perception of borderline personality disorder (BPD) and antisocial personality disorder (ASPD), she spreads awareness, … Continue Reading Jade Bryant on Art as Self-Therapy