On Wednesday, December 14th, the Odyssey House Art Project will debut its latest exhibition, Safe Spaces. The artists explored what “safe space” means to each of them and created artwork to express this concept.
Safe spaces don’t have to be physical locations. They can also be spiritual, emotional, or symbolic. They can be something as simple as a group of people who hold similar values and provide each other with a supportive, respectful environment.
Safe spaces can be tools to help people take care of their mental health so they can actively engage in treatment. They allow people to be vulnerable without fear of judgment or harm, helping them to overcome challenges, build resilience, and focus on recovery.
For more information and to RSVP to the opening reception, click here!