Mental health photography exhibitions

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We will create or elevate your events and mental health photography exhibitions and help exceed your goals
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Perugia, Italy


  • • PSPF
  • • 10 printed and mounted photos
  • • Included stories and descriptions
  • • Conference presentation

Perugia Social Photo Fest

We exhibited and presented 10 stories of the original ‘One Project’ at Perugia Social Photo Fest in Perugia, Italy during November 2013, representing Canada in the exhibitions. Founder Bryce Evans also attended the festival to give a presentation in the conference about the photos and how the series was created, including how it helped him start talking about depression and anxiety.

How The Project Was Received

“"Bryce Evans = useful perfect. The Rocca Paolina [name of exhibition space] miracle."”

Anonymous Entry in Guest BookTranslated from Italian
Calgary, AB


  • • Etsy
  • • Sled Island Music + Arts Festival
  • • Museum of Contemporary Art Calgary
  • • 23 printed photos and stories

Solo exhibition at the Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA) Calgary

Etsy, in partnership with the Sled Island Music & Arts Festival, hosted Spaces: An Art Show at Calgary’s Museum of Contemporary Art (MOCA).  In a unique contest experience, emerging artists from across Canada had the opportunity to submit their artwork to premiere at Sled Island with Bryce Evans named the winner for his series, The One Project.

Unfortunately, the opening of the exhibition was the same night of the horrific floods in Calgary cutting off the show to the one night. We’re grateful for everyone who braved the early rough conditions to come out and support!

How The Project Was Received

“Very thought provoking!”

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