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Digital Image of a noticeboard, with a piece of paper pinned to it reading "I Am Worthy/Am I worthy" and two polaroids - one of which has a picture of a classic painting of a woman injuring her thigh, and another of Japanese Kintsugi - mending cracks in porcelain with gold.

I Am Worthy by Self Injury Through Time

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15th July 2024 to 16th July 2024

An unexpected group of strangers come together one evening, to discuss the thing they all have in common.

Through sharing their own experiences and hearing each others’, they begin to question the perception they’ve always held about self-injury and ask themselves “Am I Worthy?”

On the 15th and 16th July 2024, join the participants of Self-injury Through Time for an evening of visual art, theatre and spoken word, exploring how attitudes towards self-injury have changed and what still needs to change to challenge the stigma.

Note: this event will contain references to self-injury and suicide. A break-out space will be provided for those who need a moment. Please feel free to contact us if you’d like any more detail about this.

Exhibition doors open at 6.30pm, Performance to start at 7.15pm.

Free tickets available on Little Box Office Free tickets available on Headfirst

I Am Worthy is made possible thanks to the generous support of The University of Reading and The Wellcome Trust.