The National Museum of Mental Health Project researches the use of exhibits to transform society's attitudes about,

and understanding of, mental health. 

The Project seeks to:

  • Share research related to exhibits about mental health and wellness. 

  • Facilitate collaboration among artists, curators, exhibit designers, mental health professionals, people with lived experience, and others who seek to share knowledge.

  • Inspire the development of a national museum of mental health that is a museum-without-walls. This may take the form of a new nonprofit entity, or emerge organically from vigorous collaboration and sharing of know-how.

 

The Project extends from a research fellowship at Assumption College. 

Site Created by Designer Kate Kruzick 

Savannah College of Art and Design 

Melissa Spitz exhibition: 'You Have Nothing to Worry About'

 

Exhibit designed by:

Melissa Spitz, photographer, melissaspitzphotography@gmail.com

Exhibit curated by:

Ben Tollefson, Savannah College of Art & Design, btollefs@scad.edu

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Melissa Spitz exhibition: 'You Have Nothing to Worry About' at the Savannah College of Art & Design

Image used with permission from Melissa Spitz