MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing

Anyone been to this exhibition yet?

How are you? You know that it’s okay to feel what you are feeling, right?

Your feelings are unique and personal.

MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing is not an exhibition about mental illness, treatments or cures. It is a welcoming place where you can confront societal bias and stereotypes around mental health. MENTAL invites you to embark on an intimate and personal journey that explores the many different ways of being, surviving and making connections, that have become of increasing importance to us all.

This exhibition features 24 interactive exhibits, art projects and large-scale installations by international artists, makers, scientists and designers that reflect a range of perspectives on mental health and ways of being. In addition, there are seven artworks by Singaporean and Southeast Asian artists that explore mental health from a uniquely Southeast Asian perspective.

The works featured in this exhibition take on serious topics in an accessible way and have been grouped into four broad themes - Connection, Exploration, Expression and Reflection.

MENTAL celebrates differences and complexities and represents the idea that every mental health journey is unique. We encourage you to reflect upon, question and empathise with what it means to be human in the second decade of the 21st century.

MENTAL: Colours of Wellbeing is co-curated by ArtScience Museum and Science Gallery Melbourne and is the last exhibition in ArtScience Museum’s Season of Mental Wellbeing - a year-long programme of exhibitions and events that are intended to raise awareness and initiate conversations on the importance of mental health and wellbeing.

Singapore Residents:
Adult: S$18, Child: S$14

Adult: S$21, Child: S$16