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Get creative with the London Brain Project

13 Nov 2013

A workshop event for people with epilepsy aims to bring out your creative side while you explore the idea of life with seizures. Get involved now for a fun day of collaborative creativity

An event in London aims to explore epilepsy through the medium of art. The so-called ‘Art-Science’ workshop has been organised by a not-for-profit organisation called the London Brain Project.

The event is designed for people with epilepsy over the age of 16. You don’t have to have any experience of being artistic – simply book your place and get involved! Everyone at the workshop will help create one piece of collaborative art, with the help of both professional artists and scientists.

Paint brushes and paintThe starting point for this artwork is the phrase: ‘What does epilepsy mean to you?’ The finished piece will be shown during an exhibition in 2014, to be seen by your friends and family and the general public.

The workshop is taking place on Saturday 30 November between 2pm and 5pm. It will be held at the UCL Institute of Child Health, 30 Guildford Street, London, WC1N 1EH.

The workshop is free of charge and the organisers can pay £20 towards travel costs. If you’d like more information, or to book a place on the workshop, email londonbrainproject@gmail.com search @londonbrainproj on Twitter or visit the organisation’s Facebook group.

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