Mind Over Matter

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Button Factory, Wednesday 9th October

Mind Over Matter 2019 – On the eve of World Mental Health Day, the IDI in association with Design Enterprise Skillnet presents an incredible event & lineup of speakers, serving to highlight mental health in the creative industry.

Mind Over Matter aims to bring the creative community together to continue the conversation around mental health, while raising much needed funds for Aware. Brendan Courtney will provide MC duties for the evening and other highlights include a keynote from Michelle Rial and a panel including discussion Dublin artist, Maser. The night will also see the launch of a series of workshops, facilitated by renowned cognitive behavioural coach Walthea Patterson.


Date:
Wednesday 9th October
Time:
6.30pm - 9.00pm
Price:
€27.55
Address:
Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

Google Map of Button Factory, Curved Street, Temple Bar, Dublin, Ireland

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