Ayr's Cutty Sark Centre is set to host the Mental Health Charity Art Exhibition.

Three Sixty, a mental health and wellbeing charity based in South Ayrshire, will be displaying mixed art works produced by their members at the Cutty Sark Centre in Ayr on Friday and Saturday, October 13 and 14.

The display coincides with the Scottish Mental Health Arts Festival (SMHAF) an annual event where people are invited to produce and present art in all its forms to raise awareness of mental health.

The theme of the SMHAF this year is Revolution with members of Three Sixty exploring revolution personally, and within wider society.

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Tracy Gilmour, CEO of Three Sixty, said: “ We have welcomed the opportunity to explore the theme of revolution with people who attend our activities.

"For some people this relates to how their mental health undertook a revolution at points in their lives while other people have identified revolutions which need to take place across services and society to create the revolution required for mental health to be prioritised and inclusive.”

Along with displays of artwork, there will also be some family friendly mindful activity and opportunities for visitors to express themselves artistically.