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Our City Together: how culture, collaboration and creativity can support Londoners wellbeing

Tuesday 19th May, 2.30 – 3.30pm

Join us for an online panel discussion on the positive effects creativity and taking part in arts and cultural activity can have on mental health.


Mike Clewley, Head of Cultural and Visitor Strategy, City of London Corporation​ – Chair

Charlie Clift – photographer and creator of the Let’s Talk photography and mental health campaign

Dr Cerisse Gunasinghe, Post-doctoral Research Associate & Counselling Psychologist, King’s College London

Laura Muldoon, Social Media Manager, Museum for London

Yemisi Mokuolu, CEO, Hatch Ideas Worldwide

How to watch

The panel will be broadcast via Thrive LDN’s YouTube channel, and on this page, from 2.30pm.

Our City Together

This virtual panel discussion helps mark the launch of the City of London Corporations’s Our City Together campaign, in partnership with Thrive LDN.

Bringing together London’s world-class arts, culture and heritage across the Square Mile, the City of London Corporation is announcing a new digital cultural season. Launching during Mental Health Awareness Week (18 – 24 May 2020), the free programme will feature an inspiring, positive and thoughtful mix of archive and contemporary digital content including podcasts, playlists, artworks, photography, films, talks and museum collections.

Our City Together is being delivered in collaboration with Thrive LDN and in partnership with a number of major cultural organisations including the Barbican Centre, Museum of London, Guildhall Art Gallery and London Symphony Orchestra.

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