Arts Collaborative residency: Photographing the Invisible, Photography as a Therapeutic Tool | St. Lawrence University Art and Art History

Arts Collaborative residency: Photographing the Invisible, Photography as a Therapeutic Tool

Thursday, February 28, 2019 - 4:30pm to 6:30pm
Feinstone Room
Herring-Cole Hall

This Arts Collaborative residency hosts Danielle Hark, the creator of Broken Light Collective, a community of photographers who are affected by mental illness. Danielle Hark is a photographer, photo editor, and mental health/wellness writer. She will present her work and how it relates to her personal coping with depression, anxiety, and bipolar disorder.  

Danielle Hark is a writer, freelance photographer and photo editor, and certified life coach whose work has been featured in various publications, including Psychology Today, Dr. Oz’s You Beauty, New York Times, BBC News, NBC, The Huffington Post, Upworthy, as well as the American Association of Suicidology.

This talk is a preliminary event to Friday's workshop, where Danielle will directly consult with students and interested community members about photography being a tool to overcome mental illness.

This event is funded by the Wide-Angle Learning: A Humanistic Lens on Public Health, Arts Collaborative and the Art & Art History Department.

Free admission. Open to the public.