The Group Therapy Program: (Interpersonal Learning)

4 Animations, 4 songs 1 story. Told through an animated film which becomes a multi-media digital book and music EP

By Ellen Leber

The Group Therapy Program: (Interpersonal Learning) can best be described as a song book gallery fusing music, words, illustration and animation to tell stories of depression, love and longing.

It’s a creative collaboration which takes the viewer from the animated group therapy session room to within the minds of the fictional participants.

The project will be launched at Stoke Newington Literary Festival on 4th June 2017 at Rio Cinema in Dalston 4-5pm and consist of a film screening followed by panel discussion and Q&A with the contributors. Buy tickets here

The contributors include an eclectic mix of talented singers and illustrators plus an animator and songwriter. Here, one of the contributors, illustrator Kirsty Latoya – who has suffered with depression herself – shares how art has helped transform her life.

This is an OWN IT! project supported using public funding by the Arts Council England

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