Colouring Adult Eczema: sculpture, engagement, and living with adult eczema

Colouring Adult Eczema: sculpture, engagement, and living with adult eczema

Date: Thursday 07 July 2022
Time: 18:00 - 20:00
Venue: Advanced Research Centre
Category: Exhibitions, Social events, Staff workshops and seminars
Speaker: Sinéad Langan (Professor of Clinical Epidemiology, LSTHM) and Julia Vogl (artist)

Join us on Thursday 7 July 2022 to mark the opening of a two-week public display at the Advanced Research Centre, University of Glasgow.

Artist Julia Vogl will be in conversation with Sinéad Langan, Professor of Clinical Epidemiology at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, to discuss their journey across the UK working with adults living with eczema. They aim to share their process, their learnings, and explain the sculpture as a living and breathing thing. Come join the conversation as they explore the challenges and rewarding outcomes of public engagement as it relates to both science research and art making.

  • 18:00 – 19:00: Hear from artist, Julia Vogl, and researcher, Sinéad Langan. They’ll discuss the process leading to the sculpture and what they’re taking away from this experience, with time for audience questions.  
  • 19:00 – 20:00: Your chance to see and experience the sculpture up close! Drinks reception and light refreshments provided

Please contact to reserve a space, advising of any dietary requirements. All welcome!

About the Project

Colouring Adult Eczema: getting under the skin is a public engagement art project commissioned by Professor Sinéad Langan at the London School of Hygiene & Tropical Medicine, supported by the Wellcome Trust. It was created and produced by artists Peter Hudson and Julia Vogl and inspired by nationwide workshops with thirty adults living with eczema from across the UK in the summer of 2019. Adults living with eczema, or with indirect experience of eczema, were invited to attend the creative workshops, which aimed to challenge stereotypes about adult eczema in society and to understand how individuals perceive eczema affects long-term health and social outcomes through the creation of a web art and digital storytelling project.

See more of the project at: or @colouringadulteczema

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