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The News Agents – 29th June 2019

The News Agents – 29th June 2019

Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague. This week:​ Wallis Eates, graphic novelist, discusses her work around dementia and brain injury. "In 2016, I was a very lucky artist. I got to spend six weeks with the East London branch of Headway, a charity that helps brain injury survivors to rehabilitate. The East London branch do this by providing an art studio called ‘Submit to Love’ where those who have sustained a brain injury can develop an art practice. 'Like an Orange' is about the people I met at the studio." Like an Orange (https://unbound.com/books/like-an-orange/) is being developed with publishers Unbound. For more information see thenewsagents.blogspot.co.uk

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Gregory Applegate Edwards

Great discussion!

Jude Cowan Montague

Wallis Eates, graphic novelist, discusses her work around dementia and brain injury. 'Like an Orange' is being developed with publishers Unbound. Wallis:'In 2016, I was a very lucky artist. I got to spend six weeks with the East London branch of Headway, a charity that helps brain injury survivors to rehabilitate. The East London branch do this by providing an art studio called ‘Submit to Love’ where those who have sustained a brain injury can develop an art practice.

‘Like an Orange’ is about the people I met at the studio.' Wallis Eates a co-ordinator for the popular educational comic group, Laydeez Do Comics.

Jude Cowan Montague

The News Agents

2.30pm-3.30pm​

Sat 29 June

Experiments in news and arts with Jude Cowan Montague. ​

This week:​
Wallis Eates, graphic novelist, discusses her work around dementia and brain injury. 'Like an Orange' is being developed with publishers Unbound. Wallis:'In 2016, I was a very lucky artist. I got to spend six weeks with the East London branch of Headway, a charity that helps brain injury survivors to rehabilitate. The East London branch do this by providing an art studio called ‘Submit to Love’ where those who have sustained a brain injury can develop an art practice.

‘Like an Orange’ is about the people I met at the studio.' Wallis Eates a co-ordinator for the popular educational comic group, Laydeez Do Comics.