(“Afro-Celtic Art, Well-being & Mental Health Exhibitions & Workshops ”).
The “International Day 2022” event took place at Venue:
Chief Co-ordinator- Josephine Oboh-Macleod – JOM Charity
This fantastic event kicked off with exhibition of “The Journey” Personal Testimonies of Africans living and working in Scotland funded & supported by Museums Galleries Scotland (MGM), Year of Stories, in attendance was Dr Sue Morrison, the oral history expert who conducted the interviews on behalf of JOM Charity and some of the respondents
Music by Glasgow Small Pipers, food was supported by Olivia Ndoti and other members of Women Intergretion Network (WIN) who prepared varied delicious array of International food & beverages. Olivia made a speech about importance of Black History Month.
Sean Reid facilitated the ICH, Intangible Cultural Heritage, “Integration through Proverbs” very enjoyable interactive sessions.
Thanks to everyone that attended and supported JOM Charity.
Creative Art & Well-being sessions was funded by The National Lottery Community Funds.
Overall events was coordinated by Josephine Oboh-Macleod of JOM Charity.
“This event has been supported by the Year of Stories 2022 Community Stories Fund. This fund is being delivered in partnership between VisitScotland and Museums Galleries Scotland with support from National Lottery Heritage Fund, thanks to National Lottery players”.
Events and Exhibitions in October 2022. For more information please visit our Year of Stories page.
JOM Charity, events title “Jubilee High Tea” is Funded by National Lottery Community Fund.
These events was organised, because we understand that art is a powerful medium of expression, which can offer thought-provoking insights and perspectives on personal and complex topics, including mental health.
And arts help meet challenges in health and social care associated with ageing, loneliness, long-term conditions and mental health
Don’t be left out in this season Twechar Family Fun Fayre. Funded by the National Lottery Community Fund.