Cycling and mental health awareness project Headset open their first show, Wednesday 29th March 6pm – 9pm. The exhibition shows until Sunday 2nd April at M2 Gallery 4/450 Elizabeth St Surry Hills
Headset is a social enterprise founded by Dylan Howarth, to raise awareness of the positive mental health benefits of cycling and to contribute financially to mental health research.
This is the inaugural Headset exhibition; ten Australian artists were commissioned to produce a limited edition print that explores the relationship between cycling and mental well-being. The contributing artists – including Heesco, Ape Seven, Glenno, Drew Funk, Joel Cameron and Candice Cameron – are a dynamic mix of emerging and established artists and designers. Many of the works are informed by a personal connection to the subject and contribute to a wider conversation about mental health issues.
The available art prints have been screen printed by hand by Aisle 6ix Printing and each design is a strictly limited edition of 20. Exclusively available for sale at M2 Gallery, a portion of the proceeds from the sale of the prints will be donated to The Black Dog Institute.