Join artist Sarah Christie and Imperial patient care researcher Layla Saghdaoui Bolton for an artist skills workshop and discussion of care in the community.
Explore connections between care in the NHS and the creative process through visual and tactile observation, looking at surfaces, textures and shapes. We will translate what we notice into detailed objective and skilled drawings as we find out how the creative process can help us navigate uncertainty, make time for reflection, and care for ourselves and others.
All you will need:
- One or more objects from your home, garden or local nature that you can observe and handle. For example: a vase of flowers, a leaf, a plant, something textured such as a pine cone or acorn, an ornament, or any everyday object.
- Paper or card to work on
- Pencil, pen, felt tip, biro, coloured pencils, pastels, charcoal, paints for drawing and mark-making
Imperial Lates Online
This event is part of Imperial Lates Online: Healthcare Heroes. Tune in to explore cutting-edge science and engineering in our week-long digital celebration of science from 28 September to 4 October.
Imperial Lates Online are most suitable for over 18s.