We have just registered AiM (Artists in Mind) on givingabit.com.
Come and join us & you can create donations for us at no extra cost to you just by shopping online. givingabit is partnered with hundreds of your favourite shops, so please sign up today at www.givingabit.com.
You will also get entered into the monthly prize draw to win a £50 Amazon voucher.
SALES: £417.60 (including art works, books, postcards and cakes!)
Thank you AiM for being and doing.
Lots of great work!
I agree with him!!!
Very good, friendly, interesting work. Keep it up.
Fantastic. Long may it reign.
Excellent work. I m leaving feeling very inspired by both the work and idea behind AiM. Thank you.
Fantastic! So glad we came :) A good experience to see the work produced.
Very interesting and enjoyable. Thank you.
I liked so much of the exposition, really interesting.
I loved it here!
The graffiti wall was great!
Brilliant art, love the concept behind AiM.
Very interesting, lovely art work. Keep it up!! Thanks.
I always love to come here -- friendly atmosphere, interesting work. Thank you very much!
This is a great place, truly inspiring and a brilliant idea. Thank you.
There is some fantastic work here!
24 leaves were completed, with visitors recording their thoughts about what the future of AiM might bring. You can also see them on our facebook page: www.facebook.com/artists.in.mind
AiM Design Pod open for business
Learn how to creatively manipulate pictures, designs, scenery, portraits, photographs and more. Editing software is now as much an artistic tool as a pencil or paintbrush, and in these workshops you will use computers, digital cameras, scanners and electronic tablets, as well as discovering their many possible applications in art, advertising, publishing and film; bringing art forms into the 21st century.
The work of Lefty Caligari embraces much of the ethos of AiM (Artists
in Mind) in that his unique lexicon of filmic images and sound grow from the
bed of his experiences with mental distress. The creative space within which to
develop one’s voice, one’s language, is central to the supposition that
“creativity is the immune system of the mind”, as declared by AiM founder John
Lefty’s unique vision is an antidote to his suffering. His films allow
him the mechanism to express and articulate issues bound up with his
experiences of mental illness.