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Psychosis patients' art to be exhibited

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The Bethlem Tapestry, featuring the work of patients at the Bethlem Royal Hospital’s Psychosis Unit, will be unveiled in an exhibition for World Mental Health Day 2010 on 10 October.

The tapestry comprises images and text made by patients, staff and carers depicting experiences, thoughts and feelings in their daily lives. It is roughly 10 meters long and consists of four panels of printed silk.

It will be on display at the Bethlem Gallery before moving permanently to the psychosis unit.

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