How anxious are we as individuals and as a society? Are the stresses and strains of living and working in the city impacting on our health; does online...
The BIG Anxiety Project
Museum of Contemporary Art
How anxious are we as individuals and as a society? Are the stresses and strains of living and working in the city impacting on our health; does online connectivity make us more or less anxious; where do we feel most comfortable or most at risk?
What is anxiety, who experiences it, and what can be done about it?
Join host Julie McCrossin and the team of arts and mental health experts behind the BIG Anxiety Project in an interactive event exploring our experiences with anxiety: how it feels, how we manage it, and what we think might reduce it.
The BIG Anxiety Project is an innovative citizen science venture developing creative approaches to health research and data visualization.
For this Vivid Ideas event, the team will be using live online surveys and social media feeds to generate live infographics visualizing emerging themes and connections.
This event is presented by the Black Dog Institute & the National Institute for Experimental Arts, UNSW.
Join the BIG Anxiety Project conversation by using #anxietyfeelslike & following @thebiganxiety on Twitter.
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