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Project activities

Our inaugural event on 16 March 2019 was a collaboration with artist Yejeong Mutter. We took over the Randolph Sculpture Gallery in the Ashmolean Museum with an interactive exhibition, and held a panel debate with neuroscientists, people living with Parkinson's, and artists.


Starting in 2019 in person, and continuing throughout the pandemic in 2020-21 online, we have held a series of events for people living with Parkinson's and their carers. As well as a session with Jonny Acheson, we have worked closely with artist Jan Sargeant to develop a series of practical workshops. 


In 2021, we developed an online exhibition to showcase the work of the project. As one of the participants said: 'You have made such a powerful case for the project, I think this should be brought to the attention of key players and disseminated widely to improve understanding of Parkinson's Disease, thereby helping to inform clinical practice.' You can watch a video of our online exhibition launch.