Please plan on attending the 2017 Performing Psychiatry & Book Fair:
The 2017 Performing Psychiatry event will feature a book display, visual art exhibit and live performances by faculty and staff. Please distribute this widely and encourage peers to submit!
Call for submissions for PERFORMING PSYCHIATRY 2017: **Deadline November 1st, 2016
PERFORMING PSYCHIATRY & UTPSYCHIATRY BOOK DISPLAY will be held on JANUARY 19TH, 2016, Innis Town Hall.
An Evening Celebrating Our Department’s Creativity, Scholarship & Artistry
Performing Psychiatry celebrates the scholarship and artistic talent manifest (and hidden) in our students, residents, fellows and colleagues from all mental health disciplines within the Department of Psychiatry at the University of Toronto. This event will showcase and honour our creative expression in an evening of multi-media exhibitions and performance. Last year’s event was a wonderful success and we look forward to another fun and inspiring evening! An addition to this year’s program will be a book fair featuring our faculty’s publications within the last 3 years.
We encourage and invite everyone in the Department of Psychiatry who is involved in the arts or who actively creates art to share this work with our Department!
Short performance pieces including music, theatre, dance, storytelling or readings along with visual media submissions are invited.
For the book fair, we invite faculty who have published books in the past 3 years to showcase their work.
DATE : JANUARY 19 , 2017 FROM 7-9PM ART EXHIBIT AND BOOK FAIR FOLLOWED BY PERFORMANCES
LOCATION: Innis College Town Hall
TICKETS: DETAILS TO FOLLOW
Instructions for submissions:
Performance – PLEASE submit: (1) a one-page WORD document description of a 5-15 minute musical/ theatrical/reading/dance performance to be performed live; (2) brief bios of performers; (3) A/V requirements (e.g. sound amplification, LCD projector for background, etc.); and (4) a youtube link of your performance (optional).
Visual art – PLEASE submit: (1) jpeg attachments of your artwork/sculpture/photography/video clips for the pre-performance and intermissions exhibition; (2) a description of the work’s dimensions; and (3) instructions on how the work is to be exhibited (e.g. framed painting on an easel, projected video on a laptop etc).
Books – Have you published a book in the past 3 years? PLEASE provide details of title, author(s), editor(s), publisher, year. Books can be academic, non-fiction, fiction, poetry, etc.
Please send all submissions to email@example.com by November 1/2016.
A CREATIVE DEPARTMENT IS A HEALTHY DEPARTMENT!
Performing Psychiatry is brought to you by the University of Toronto Department of Psychiatry, the PHES Division (Psychotherapy, Humanities and Educational Scholarship) and the University of Toronto Program In Health, Arts and Humanities (www.health-humanities.com)
Paula Ravitz MD FRCPC
Associate Professor of Psychiatry & Morgan Firestone Psychotherapy Chair
Director – Psychotherapy, Health Humanities & Education Scholarship Division
University of Toronto & Mt. Sinai Hospital , Departments of Psychiatry
Senior Clinician Scientist within the Lunenfeld-Tanenbaum Research Institute
Director, Mt. Sinai Psychotherapy Institute