Dark skies. Back pain. Heavy bags of salt crystals dissolving in the gutter. These are my memories of dismantling the demo for my VR work Lithium Hindsight 360 in October … Continue Reading Eugenia Kim Curates Multi-Media Art Exhibition ‘As The Ship Sails On’
For 26 year old bipolar artist Juliana Kung, art is a way of connecting with her inner hero. Here she shares some of the hidden meanings behind her captivating artwork! … Continue Reading Juliana Kung Connects With Her Inner Hero!
Wow – we are BLOWN AWAY by the incredible generosity of our rapidly expanding team of volunteers @HomeKongKitchen following the SCMP‘s article about it in last week’s Post Magazine! Hongkongers … Continue Reading Friday Night Muffin Run!
The first in a month-long series of poetry readings from the 2018 Proverse Poetry Prize Anthology, Mingled Voices 3, have just been released on YouTube, with others being uploaded every day! Listen … Continue Reading A Poem A Day by Proverse!
To mark #2020 World Suicide Prevention Day, Mental Ideas is proud to premiere short film NOT TODAY. The powerful short about fighting back was born out of an idea by … Continue Reading NOT TODAY – #WorldSuicidePreventionDay
With most of our planned summer projects postponed, Mental Ideas has been on a roll and making serious dough! Thanks to the team effort of volunteer bakers Ying, Moira, Emma, Raquel, … Continue Reading Home Kong Kitchen
The Proverse Prize is an annual international literary competition for unpublished book-length works of fiction, non-fiction, or poetry. Established in 2008 by Proverse Publishing, Hong Kong, the competition is open to … Continue Reading Entries Open: The Proverse Prize
Mental Ideas is collaborating with the Hong Kong Writers Circle on a series of short podcasts! While many artists and writers have been feeling inspired by the lockdown and surreality of social distancing, … Continue Reading Writer Unblocked!
RTHK Radio 3 have launched their annual English Poetry Competition! Whether you’re an experienced poet or a debut dabbler, if you live in Hong Kong then you won’t want to … Continue Reading Opportunity: RTHK Poetry Competition
Transference: A Bipolar Love Story selected for Arizona and Buenos Aires International Film Festivals
Even though the chance of any festival happening this year seems pretty remote at present (and we all have far greater concerns on our minds) you have to acknowledge and appreciate … Continue Reading Transference: A Bipolar Love Story selected for Arizona and Buenos Aires International Film Festivals
The Hong Kong Mental Health Film Festival (@HKMHFF) 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 HKMHFF!
Brexit may be “done”, but the Norway Option is still readily available – thanks to a timely intervention by Contro Vento Films and Mental Ideas! Transference: A Bipolar Love Story … Continue Reading Transference Translated Into Norwegian Ahead of Oslo Screening!
Ricky Sadiosa is a photographer and documentary filmmaker. Originally from the Philippines, he’s been based in Hong Kong for over 30 years. He’s been documenting the Hong Kong Protests since the … Continue Reading HK Protests in Pictures – Ricky Sadiosa
Mental Idealist Philippe Joly received coverage in the SCMP this week talking about Bruce Lee‘s movie legacy and his own experiences dying for a living as the Gweillo Baddie in action … Continue Reading Ambassador Philippe Joly in the SCMP