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Art-science workshop: What does epilepsy mean to you?

Art-science workshop: What does epilepsy mean to you?

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Event Date: 
Saturday 30 November 2013 - 14:00
UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guilford St, London, WC1N 1EH, United Kingdom

The London Brain Project will be hosting an Art-Science workshop for people with epilepsy aged 16 years or over - you don't need to have any previous experience of creating artwork! Everyone is welcome!

The details:

You will get the opportunity to explore 'What does epilepsy mean to you?' while creating a collaborative piece of artwork with scientists and artists. An exhibition of the artwork will be held in 2014 for you, your family and friends to enjoy, as well as the general public.

At the workshop there will be refreshments, a friendly and welcoming atmosphere, interesting discussion and lots of creativity. The London Brain Project can also pay £20 toward travel expenses.

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