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15 - 20 October 2013
Communicating without words
Lumen United Reformed Church and Cafe |
88 Tavistock Place
London | WC1H 9RS | United Kingdom
The show, which is revealing and uplifting, examines how the experience of having a stroke and living with aphasia can change but not reduce creativity. The resulting art speaks for itself.
Exhibitors are from the UCL Communication Clinic which provides a speech and language service for people with acquired communication problems, most often aphasia, arising from brain injury caused predominantly by a stroke. Some of the exhibitors have worked as artists previously and other have come anew to creating art. Their contribution provides a vital research resource to UCL.
Exhibition open Monday to Friday 8.30am – 5.00pm Saturday 26th October 10.00am – 4.00pm Closed Sundays
This exhibition is part of the Bloomsbury Festival.
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