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12:00 26 September - 16:00 2 October 2016

Neuro-Creativity Exhibition

Location

The Tabernacle (link Map)
35 Powis Square (off Portobello Road) | London | W11 2AY | United Kingdom

Open to: Academic | Alumni | Public | Student
Admission: £6.41
Ticketing: Ticketed and Pre-booking essential

Neuro-Creativity is a unique public engagement exhibition organised by Movement for Hope (UCL SME) in collaboration with researchers from UCL. This art-science event features unique artists who paint with their eyes or became artists after being diagnosed with a disabling disease. Artworks are accompanied by descriptive cards from researchers that explain the condition each artist is affected by, current research and available treatments.

At the private view (Thursday 29th September 2016), you will have the opportunity to meet the artists. Tickets will include a free drink and live music performed by the Black Coffee Jazz Duo. Artworks will be on sale: 20% of the proceeds will go to aid the work of Movement for Hope.

The UCL departments involved include: the UCL Institute of Neurology and the Department of Medical Physics and Biomedical Engineering.

Featured neurological conditions include: Brain Tumour and Epilepsy, Motor Neuron Disease, Cerebral Palsy and Cervical Dystonia.


Contact

Emma Biondetti
+44 (0)7761462424 | emma.biondetti.14@ucl.ac.uk


Links

Private View - Tickets
Movement for Hope - Neuro-Creativity
The Tabernacle - Neuro-Creativity
Facebook - Neuro-Creativity


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