The 10 Minute Mind

Arts SU have recently partnered with the 10 Minute Mind to provide a free annual subscription for all UAL students and staff. The course is designed specifically to teach you, in 10 minutes each day, how to quickly and effectively alleviate stress.

Over 1000 UAL students and staff have already signed up and have been taking part in the daily sessions. Therefore, we’d like to hear about your experience of using the initiative. Arts SU are looking for 3 students to create a commissioned piece in response to your experience of using the 10 Minute Mind. To be eligible to apply to this opportunity we ask that you have already signed up and used the initiative for at least two weeks. If you have not yet signed up, there is still time to get involved before the deadline for this opportunity! Please just follow this link to find out more:

If selected for this opportunity, we ask that you write a short statement of your experience of using 10 Minute Mind, as well as creating a commissioned piece that also explores your experience. The commission piece will need to be shared digitally, for this reason any imagery used will need to be of a high resolution or good quality, but apart from that the medium is completely up to you. Painting, sculpture, weaving, GIF, short film, drawing, etching, collage, performance, poem, music – the medium is completely up to you, just as long as it reflects your experience using 10 Minute Mind.

Arts SU will be paying each selected student a £200 fee to create the commission. This fee is reflective of 1 days' work to create the commission and includes any anticipated material costs. 3 students will be selected overall for this opportunity by your Sabbatical Officers and the Founder of 10 Minute Mind - Monique Rhodes.

Before applying to this opportunity, please make sure you would be able to commit to following schedule:

  • The 3 selected students will be contacted on 1st October.
  • The 3 selected students will then have until 30th October to submit their final images of their commissions.

The deadline for applications is 21st September 2020.

Apply Here: