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Art of Dying exhibition

We are asking for staff from all areas of the Trust to get creative for The Art of Dying Art Exhibition which will be held on the dates below.

The theme of the exhibition is Dying Matters, to coincide with National Dying Matters Awareness week which is on the 8th - 14th May 2017.

(Dying Matters is a coalition of 32,000 members across England and Wales which aims to help people to talk more openly about dying, death and bereavement and to make plans for the end of life).

Your work can take any form - from painting, drawing, poetry, ceramics, graphic design, print, photography, sculpture, textile, or any form of handmade craft, basically anything goes - so over to you and your imagination!

To submit a piece for The Art of Dying Exhibition please contact email wendy.williams2@cmft.nhs.uk who will send you an exhibitors form.

The deadline for submitting your art piece for our local CMFT exhibition is the 13th March. Please bring along your entry to the Multi Faith Centre, in Adults, where they will be stored until our local exhibitions commence on the 20th March, as above.

If you do not want to submit a piece of art into our exhibition, you can still support the exhibition by visiting the atriums to view the art on any of the dates above and voting for your preferred piece of art. By voting you have the chance to be entered in to a draw to win a prize!  The piece of art with the most votes will receive an award.

All the art work submitted in to CMFT's The Art of Dying exhibition will then also be entered in to the Greater Manchester and Eastern Cheshire Strategic Clinical Network "Art of Dying Art Exhibition" which will be held on the 11th May at the Whitworth Art Gallery Manchester.

For more information on the Greater Manchester art of dying exhibition please visit: www.artofdying.co.uk.