Dunedin, Otago

For people who use mental health and addiction services.

If you are interested in being creative, are 17 years old or over, and are seeing someone for a mental health or addiction issue, you are eligible to access Artsenta. They provide creative sessions in a variety of art forms. These 1-2 hour activities are a great way to try something new or just get started. Each session has a different art form focus and is led by an experienced art worker. Printmaking, glass work, radio show, singing and more. They also provide an outreach service with creative wellbeing sessions in a number of small towns in the Otago region, as well as a YouTube channel.



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