Rebecca Dandridge-Walker is a self-taught artist from Camden, London. After specializing in pottery, she started experimenting with portraiture as a creative way of channeling her stress, anxiety and physical pain … Continue Reading Fragmented Lives: Sign of The Times
Trigger warning – Mental health, depression, talk of the outside world. Seriously – you don’t need to read this! It’s all changed, hasn’t it? Right from the basics, on up. … Continue Reading Four Months – Mat Ricardo
Filmmaker and Mental Ideas Director & Ambassador Philippe Joly has set himself the quarantine challenge of writing, directing and editing 10 short films in 6 months during the pandemic! This short … Continue Reading Denial – Short Film
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!
Rebecca Dandridge-Walker has been beating the UK lockdown blues by experimenting with portraiture. Her lockdown experience has been further restricted by waiting for a delayed hip operation. An inspirational potter … Continue Reading Portraits by Rebecca Dandridge-Walker
Here’s the joke. The joke is that the way you’re probably feeling now – washing your hands all the time, staying indoors as much as possible, nurturing a growing suspicion … Continue Reading Why Anxiety’s No Joke – Mat Ricardo
Mental Ideas Ambassador Mat Ricardo has started his own web TV channel, Lockdown TV, broadcasting his favorite comedy and variety shows and weaving it all together with his own characterful … Continue Reading Lockdown TV
Transference: A Bipolar Love Story‘s world premiere at the New York Socially Relevant Film Festival (meant to take place March 22) has been postponed until September. Solidarity with our friends … Continue Reading New York Socially Relevant Film Festival Postponed