Art Goes Viral

Art Goes Viral

Image of a section of the front cover of the CVR colouring book.
 
At the MRC-University of Glasgow Centre for Virus Research (CVR) we know that, like viruses, creativity is contagious. To help spread the fun, we have designed our very own colouring book! Illustrated and written by CVR scientists, we hope this book gives you a bit of welcome relief from the daily stresses of life, while inspiring you with interesting facts about viruses and the incredible research underway at our centre in Glasgow.
 
Created with the support of the Medical Research Council, we hope you enjoy learning about the tiny pathogens that never cease to amaze us.
 
To mark the MRC Festival of Medical Research (17 - 25th June), we are running a competition to allow 10 people to win a FREE hard copy of the book!
 
Here's how to enter:
 
1. Download a FREE copy and print out at home here, via Google Drive. If having difficulties please use this link: CVR Colouring Book Web Version (if you have a problem downloading, please try using Google Chrome)
 
2. Choose your favourite picture and add a flourish of colour.
 
3. Take a picture of your coloured image and tweet it back to us @CVRInfo or send us an email.
 
4. Tell us the most interesting fact you've learned from the book.
 
5. Our panel of CVR colourists will decide on the winners.

 

Remember to use #CVaRt #ArtGoesViral #mrcfestival to allow others to follow your entries.

 
Terms and conditions:
 
a) Competition opens on 17/06/17 and runs until 30/06/17.
b) Winners will be notified either by Twitter or email.
c) We will request address details for postage upon prize notification.
d) Winners will be notified by 10/07/17.
e) Each winner will receive one copy of the CVR colouring book along with one pack of pencils.
 
Go forth, be bold and colour!
 
Goodluck and best wishes, from the CVaRt team.
 

P.S 'Creativity is contagious - pass it on' - Albert Einstein

 

Looking for more CVaRt??  

Image of decorated paper virus models on a wire mobile

Why not try out making our virus models and use them to create a mobile?  Simply download and print out our templates below: