For Sydney artist Meg Minkley, art is a form of therapy. Her ongoing project A Drawing a Day began as a method to help her deal with the trauma of sexual assault. After being drugged and abused in her hotel in Mexico in 2013, she returned home to heal but she did not find the support groups she had imagined would be there. Instead, she drew. One drawing, every day. Determined not to feel like a ‘broken woman’ she drew strength from the colourful strokes of her copic pens, which helped her find a new narrative. Watch her story as the good folks over at SBS, The Feed, follows her journey.
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