Healing in Colour
Regent's Dal Schindell Gallery is proud to present Healing in Colour, a new exhibit on view from May 5 - June 11, 2021.
Healing in Colour explores the intersection of race, faith, and mental health. Featuring Black, Indigenous, and other artists of colour from around the world, the show highlights their experiences, wounds, and journeys of healing. The collection showcases a variety of mediums, from linocut to dance to acrylic. Artists reflect on the role their faith plays in how they understand mental health challenges and aspects of the recovery journey. Through their stories and reflections, artists raise awareness and open the door for conversations about the unique experiences of mental health challenges for BIPOC individuals and how faith communities can support them.
Healing in Colour is a project from Sanctuary Mental Health Ministries, a Christian non-profit that equips the church to support mental health and wellbeing. Learn more about Sanctuary at sanctuarymentalhealth.org.
While the Schindell Gallery remains closed to drop-in visitors, we are delighted to announce that guided tours will be available beginning April 21, 2021. Up to three individuals may visit at a time. All visits to the gallery must be booked in advance.