Projecting Grief exhibition comes to the Trafford Centre

This exhibition explores the relationship between loss, creativity and healing.

NHS Greater Manchester’s Suicide Prevention Programme have arranged for this exhibition exploring the relationship between loss, creativity and healing to exhibit at the Trafford Centre 6th-12th May 2024 for Dying Matters Week.

Can grief be a catalyst for creativity?

From comedy to collaging, Projecting Grief tells the stories of people finding comfort, distraction or hope in a creative pursuit after losing someone they love.

An exhibition of personal stories will be available to view and two workshops will be taking place.

Pre-booking is essential.

Creative Writing Workshop with author Freya Bromley Tickets, Thu, May 9, 2024 at 2:00 PM | Eventbrite

Preserve a memory in paper with Jo-Anne Burgess Tickets, Sun, May 12, 2024 at 2:00 PM | Eventbrite

The Exhibition is free to attend and the Sing Their Name Choir will be singing at the Exhibition from 7pm on Wednesday 8th May.

Projecting grief - a graphic showing a paper collage and two other graphics - one saying creative writing for grief and one saying preserve a memory in paper