Oxford 2017/18

11th November 2017 to 6th January 2018
Hosted By: Zero2Expo - Birthing a Better Future Exhibition
Venue: The Corridor Gallery, John Radcliffe Hospital (Main Entrance), Oxford

Welcome to the launch of Birthing a Better Future art & science exhibition. We are delighted be showcasing a small selection of our artist and scientist participants in this introductory exhibition where we hope to tantalises you with what is to come in our full outdoor travelling Expo. You will be able to view artwork and science abstracts which have evolved out of conversations between international artists and scientists from the Oxford area. The aim is to offer a platform to increase public awareness of and involvement in how we treat babies in the first 1001 days of life, the conception to age two period.

“Children are most vulnerable in the first 3 years of life, and the greatest returns will be made by investment in early child development” WHO (Action Plan 2015-2020).

‘Birthing a Better Future’ aligns with the Oxfordshire Public Health priorities for Infant Mental Health exploring protective factors during pregnancy, birth and the early years through moving and imaginative art images in dialogue with scientific abstracts. Participating artists have local connections and exhibited in the pilot Exhibition of international work in the UK Parliament last year (2016).

The exhibition runs from:

11th November 2017 to 6th January 2018
The Corridor Gallery, John Radcliffe Hospital (Main Entrance), Oxford

www.ouh.nhs.uk/artlink/exhibitions/corridor-gallery.aspx

For more information please contact:
Alex Florschutz on 07787 122157
E: alex@zero2expo.com

We would love you to get involved. Please register to keep in touch and find out when the full Zero2 Expo comes to your city. If you would like to invite us to your region please contact us. Email: info@zero2expo.com, Website: www.zero2expo.com

 

 

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