Members of the public, staff and students and invited to a week of activities that focus on the relationship between comics and mental health.
‘Illustrating Futures’ is an ongoing collaboration between the University of Liverpool and Comics Youth exploring the way comics and zines address mental health issues and support mental health positivity.
Activities are taking place between Monday, 16 October until Sunday, 22 October and are free and suitable for all ages. Free, daily workshops taking place include:
The initiative is part of the University of Liverpool’s award-winning partnership with Tate.
For more information about Illustrating Futures, please visit: http://www.tate.org.uk/whats-on/tate-liverpool/workshop/illustrating-futures-0.
A full itinerary for the week is available below:
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