Young People’s Mental Health Exhibition - Cartwright Hall

Children's Activity

Currently running until Sunday, 2 October 2022

Exploring Young People’s Identity And Well-being

This exhibition has been curated by seven Healthy Minds Apprentices aged 16 – 24. They were recruited by the Clinical Commissioning Group of Bradford and Craven Care Trust to work as ambassadors for young people’s mental health. As part of this year-long project, the apprentices have created an exhibition that offers a genuine and interesting insight into how children and young people are affected by, struggle with, and also manage and celebrate their mental health and well-being.

The exhibition uses creative and personalised ways to capture children and young people’s opinions, thoughts, views, and experiences of mental health.

Exhibits include: a room installation visually representing the chaos of young people’s mental health; an LGBTQAI+ art installation; a photography wall conveying the highs and lows of young people’s mental health journeys; a poetry wall, featuring writing by young people across the district; an area to raise awareness and importance of equality, diversity and inclusion, and an area curated by Born In Bradford: Age Of Wonder.

The exhibition will be running from July until October this year.

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Exploring Young People's Identity and Wellbeing - Bradford Museums & Galleries

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Venue Details

Cartwright Hall Art Gallery
Lister Park
BD9 4N
01274 431212


Cartwright Hall Art Gallery is in the middle of Lister Park, one and a half miles from the City Centre on the A650 Manningham Lane. There is limited parking in Lister Park, accessible from North Park Road (off Oak Lane). Lister Park is served by many city centre bus services including 23, 25, 26, 49, 51, 52, 53, 54, 622, 647, 662, w5. Cartwright Hall is about ten minutes' uphill walk from Frizinghall railway station.

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Communication aids available:

Bradford Museums and Galleries are proud to announce the introduction of AppEar; a new system to help the visually impaired explore our collections. This year we have been working closely with RNIB and Bradford Talking Media to develop the use of the audio PenFriend devices, which are already widely used within the visually impaired community. Visitors can now borrow a PenFriend from our reception desk to hear visual descriptions of the surrounding displays. For more information on the introduction of the AppEar system please contact Kirsty Gaskin tel 01535 618231 email

Additional accessibility information:

Disabled parking and wheelchair access to rear of the building. Please ring bell and an attendant will assist. Access to all departments is by a lift. Accessible toilet. Baby changing unit. For further Cartwright Hall disabled access information visit DisabledGo