ABC TV original series Space 22 explores the beneficial effect of creativity on mental health
ABC TV's six-part series Space 22 quickly became a refuge for the seven volunteer strangers who met there to see if art and music could positively impact their mental health, as measured by the Black Dog Institute and analysed by Professor Kathryn Boydell.
Popular recording artist Natalie Bassingthwaighte, who bravely admits to her own mental health battle, is the host for this powerful program.
"I was approached by my manager, who said the ABC wanted to know if I was interested in being involved. I said yes straight away," she says.
"I never wear my heart on my sleeve, but I knew in my heart and soul I had to do this.
"I'm 47 this year, and working through my mental health problems has been a process for me …
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