Anchoring wellbeing through creativity and connection
Arts, mental health and connection are intrinsically tied together. They cannot be seen as separate things.
(Artist, Mental Health Clinician & Arts Therapist)
It's a wrap!
A big thank you to everyone who joined us for the Future Reset Youth Summit. Together, we ignited new ideas, conversations and connections. And celebrated the diverse and creative ways we can support our individual and collective health and wellbeing.
Here are just some of our favourite moments of our Melbourne/Naarm summit:
These illustrations explore each day of our Future Reset Youth Summit representing their own unique themes. See for yourself:
And here’s what went down in Shepparton:
The summit was designed by young people for young people
Huge shout out to the following folks for their support in planning the summit:
- The youth steering committee: Grace-Ayres Bell, Yaw Dadzie, Adongwot Manyoul, Yasbelle Kerkow, Roshani Jayawardana, Ruth Nyaruot Ruach, Mariam Koslay and Mary Quinsacara (Youth Steering Committee Facilitator) in Melbourne who co-designed the Melbourne program.
- Young people and representatives from Shepparton Arts Museum, Kaiela Arts, Point of Difference Studio and Greater Shepparton City Council.
What is Future Reset?
Our latest partnership with the arts sector is moving the dial on young people’s collective health and wellbeing. Together, we’re enhancing mental wellbeing and social connection through art and creativity, with young people leading the charge. Because when you put art and young people together, something amazing happens – a future with unimaginable potential!