Mark your calendars for Art of Hope 2024, tentatively opening November 14th!

Art of Hope is an art exhibit highlighting local artists and sharing inspiring stories about recovery, healing, and hope.

Art of Hope 2024 Call for Entry opens May 1st, 2024!

Process for entry:

Complete the Art of Hope Interest Form

Prepare 1-3 pieces of artwork (any medium)

Take photos of your work (using these guidelines).

Complete the Art of Hope Entry Form by July 31st @ 11:59 pm. Please note that this form will not be available until May 1st.

Await jury decision (will be notified via email by August 29th)


+ Art relates to mental health– either art represents your mental health/the mental health of someone you know OR art demonstrates the usage of the creative process as a tool for mental wellness.

+ No age restrictions (must have guardian consent if under 18); all ages and talents welcome!

+ Artists will need to submit a written description of their piece, which can include its meaning or relation to mental health.

+ Artwork can’t contain violence, sexual conduct, or degradation of race/creed/religion.

Tentative timeline*:

July 31: Application form and photo of art entries due

August 29: Notification of acceptance sent out via email

November 11-12: Delivery of works. (Exact location and delivery times will be provided at a later date.)

November 14: Art of Hope Opening Reception. (Exact times and run of exhibit will be provided at a later date.)

**Please note, while the deadline for art submission is final, all other dates are subject to change. Artists will be notified of all dates/location/time changes.

See Guidelines for additional information and tips.

Purchase Art of Hope Merch on MHANI’s Redbubble shop! Designs include the general Art of Hope logo and the 2023 design. Follow this link to shop!

Click to view the 2023 catalogue!
In November 2023, MHANI hosted our fifth annual exhibit joining the arts and mental health to raise awareness and inspire hope. We partnered with Purdue Fort Wayne to feature our exhibit in the Visual Arts Building, November 9th- January 7th. Our Opening Ceremony featured 10 artists who shared their journeys with mental health and the healing power of art. The exhibit also featured written accounts by the artists, explaining the backgrounds of each piece.

Art of Hope is an art exhibit highlighting local artists and sharing inspiring stories about recovery, healing, and hope.

Participating artists will share works that delve into the world of mental health and mental health challenges. The exhibit and accompanying events will encourage candid conversations around mental illness and wellness.

Art of Hope will provide an opportunity for artists and visitors alike to express their mental health experiences and struggles.

Want to see the work from our 2023 Art of Hope?
View the gallery virtually!