National charity Paintings in Hospitals returns with internationally-renowned art school Central Saint Martins for the sophomore year of their student mental health project, nurturing emergent curating talent to shape the future of arts in health. As part of Art in Larger Doses project, students from the BA (Hons) Culture, Criticism and Curation course at Central Saint Martins are asked to propose an art exhibition that will support the mental wellbeing of student patients at King's College London NHS Health Centre. The proposals will be showcased at the Menier Gallery, London, during Creativity and Wellbeing Week 2018 (04-10 June 2018). University raises several unique challenges to students' mental health and wellbeing. Approximately 29% of students experience clinical levels of psychological distress, associated with increased risk of anxiety, depression and personality disorders. Over the past five years, universities have experienced significant increases in demand for counselling services. In Art in Larger Doses, Saint Martins students will explore ways in which art can support the mental wellbeing of their peers, while pushing the boundaries of what is expected of art in care spaces. One proposal will be selected by patients and staff of King's College London NHS Health Centre and will be realised as an exhibition at the centre later in the year. The Art in Larger Doses proposal showcase is open to the public and free to visit.