Tracy Rice, who used naloxone to save a woman’s life at Lexington Market. For more information about the statewide Naloxone Awareness Campaign, visit the link. Read More
Where stigma ends, healing begins. Experience the New Day Campaign (Photo: Spoken word artist, poet, and writer Kondwani Fidel performs at the October 6 Open-House-Coffee-House event at Tuerk House.) Read More
Experience the New Day Campaign (Photo: Phylicia Ghee performing at the June 23 kick-off event for the 2016 season) Read More
At the New Day Campaign, those affected by mental illness and substance use are met with compassion and understanding rather than fear and judgment. (Artwork by Shelley Amsel) Read More
Our vision is a world where those affected by mental illness and substance use are met with compassion and understanding rather than fear and judgment. (Artwork by George F. Spicka) Read More
The new day is happening. (Artwork by Elisif Bruun, the daughter of Founder Peter Bruun and the guiding spirit of the New Day Campaign) Read More

Welcome to the New Day Campaign

We are an idea. A methodology. An experience.  

We create and curate art-based public events and art exhibitions to challenge stigma and discrimination associated with mental illness and substance use, making the world a more healing place.

Founded in 2015, and owned and operated by Bruun Studios, we offer tailor-made New Day Campaign activities to interested parties with whom we work closely on all aspects of planning and execution.

News from the Campaign

December 5, 2017

Announcing "Heroin & Healing" Exhibition March 2018

Presented by the Kent County Arts Council and created by the New Day Campaign, Heroin & Healing is an exhibition project about how the opioid epidemic and hurting go together, and what we are doing to help make things better. The March 2018…

December 5, 2017

A Letter from Peter Bruun, Founder of the New Day Campaign

The following letter to New Day Campaign stakeholders from Founder Peter Bruun originally appeared in the December 2017 New Day Campaign newsletter:  As those who follow us know, the Advisory Board took a hiatus as the New Day Campaign headed into…

It's a New Day.

1 out of every 5 people you see or talk to today has experienced mental illness.
1 out of every 3 households in your community is suffering the impact of someone’s addiction to drugs or alcohol.

Mental illness and substance abuse are complex illnesses. They strike at multiple levels - body, mind, and spirit; individual, family, and community.  They are more prevalent and more devastating than many people know; they are also more preventable and treatable than most people understand. Ending the stigma, discrimination, and shame that dominates attitudes about mental illness and substance opens pathways to healing. That’s why we say: “Where stigma ends, healing begins.”