Art: A Powerful Form of Expression
An exhibition of art works by stroke survivors with Imperial Stroke Centre & The Art Rehabilitation Programme supported by the Imperíal Health Charity
Imperial Stroke Centre
Mon 29 Oct 9am-5pm
Tue 30 Oct 9am-5pm
Wed 31 Oct 9am-5pm
Art: A Powerful Form of Expression, an exhibition of works by stroke survivors at the Imperial Stroke Centre, Charing Cross Hospital We are delighted to showcase Art: A Powerful Form of Expression, an exhibition of art works by stroke survivors as part of the Big Draw & World Stroke Day on 29 October 2018.  The Art Rehabilitation Programme at the Imperial Stroke Centre is supported by the Imperial Health Charity and run by Emelie Salford. The programme offers stroke patients of all ages the opportunity to communicate through art.   Art serves as a helpful tool, stimulus and outlet, reducing stress and encouraging a positive outlook on life, it can also aid dexterity, coordination and boosts self-esteem. Art enables patients to express themselves in a freer way, there’s no right or wrong and artistic expression has an invaluable ability to brighten up the day. The aim is not to create a masterpiece, it’s about being curious and allowing oneself to explore new ways of communicating. 

The exhibition opens on World Stroke Day on the 29th of October with a preview at 2.30pm

Art: A Powerful Form of Expression will be up and running until 2019. The works are on show on the 9th Floor centre core area, Charing Cross Hospital, Fulham Palace Road, London W6 8RF

This is a free event

Suitable for ages: All

Organised by Imperial Stroke Centre

Ms Emelie Salford
t: 0790 0040 134

Stroke patient

Imperial Stroke Centre
Charing Cross Hospital
Fulham Palace Road
W6 8RF
0790 0040 134

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