"To acknowledge and celebrate the imperfect body is to embrace what it means to be human."

      Elizabeth Jameson is an artist who connects neuroscience and art through her work. After being diagnosed with MS, Jameson began transforming her cold and dark MRI scans into inspiring and thought-provoking works of art. Her work sparks conversations about what it means to have an illness or disability as part of the universal human experience. 

      Along with her art, she now writes and speaks around the world about her experience with illness and disease. These include work in The New York Times, British Medical Journal, WIRED magazine, MIT’s Leonardo Journal

and her TEDxStanford talk, “Learning to Celebrate and Embrace Our Imperfect Bodies.”

      We are honored to have her speak with us and invite you to join on October 27 at 6 pm over Zoom!

 

 

Click here to register!

https://docs.google.com/forms/d/1Rj52NWdHWhGhsVtczU6wg0cHOzYzbeSS12Uw45NNTYE/edit?usp=sharing

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