The National Brain Appeal’s annual art exhibition, A Letter in Mind, returns for the seventh year with the theme ‘Everyday Things’. The exhibition raises funds for the charity that supports The National Hospital for Neurology and Neurosurgery and UCL Queen Square Institute of Neurology.
Starting with a simple envelope we have invited visual responses from our artists, patients and supporters to show us their ‘everyday things’. This could be the daily ritual of a walk around their local area, a favourite mug or a much-loved bag. However predictable and supposedly routine these ‘things’ are, it’s often doing, using or seeing them that gives us time and space to reflect.
A Letter in Mind has gone from strength to strength and this year we are supported by a number of internationally-renowned creatives including Zandra Rhodes, Chantal Joffe, Mark Dion, Morag and Ishbel Myerscough, Bill Mundy, Tim Hopgood, Polly Dunbar and Chris Riddell, Laurie Chetwood and Andrew Grant to name just a few.
The artwork envelopes will all be priced identically at £85 and sold anonymously, online.
Book your ticket online here: alim2020.eventbrite.co.uk
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