Anxiety Arts Festival London 2014 featured a dynamic and interdisciplinary programme of film, visual arts, performance, music and discussions all across the city. With over 60 events, including new commissions and premieres, it reached an audience of 15,000 visitors, a global on-line audience and engaged over 300 participants. The projects were curated collaboratively with arts organisations including South London Gallery and the Barbican; academic centres such as UAL and Kings College London; cinemas such as the BFI and Picturehouse; health care institutions and community centres. Anxiety 2014 was funded by the Maudsley Charity, Arts Council England, the Mental Health Foundation, PRS Foundation for Music, Time to Change and Calouste Gulbenkian Foundation. It received substancial press coverage by The Guardian, The Independent, Radio 4, Time Out, BBC Culture and AnOther Magazine.
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