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Multiple Sclerosis & Multimedia Art

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MfH, Multiple Sclerosis & Multimedia Art



Event Organised by Movement for Hope and UCL Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation
Talk by Amber Michelle Hill
Filmed by Your Frontier
Scientific animation conception and scientific content by Alain Viel and Robert A, Lue
Animation Supported by the Howard Hughes Medical Institute copyright 2010 The President and Fellows of Harvard College.
Animation created by XVIVO Scientific Animation
Art-science concept and post-editing by Amber Michelle Hill on behalf of Movement for Hope
Dance conception developed by Awareness Through Dance
Dance choreographed by Megan Preston
Dancers: Megan Preston, Leah Skelton, Aine Curran, Kieron Proverbs, Hayley-Jayne Rumble, Rosie Terry, Emily Hughes
Music by Jane Hunt

BOP Jazz Company Raising Awareness

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Body of People Jazz Company Raising Awareness


Body of People (BOP) Jazz Theatre Company
BOP Directors: Dollie Henry and Paul Jenkins
Choreography by Dollie Henry
Music composition by Paul Jenkins
Script by BOP
BOP Dancers Shown in Video:
Andrew Denton, Kimberlee Collicut, Aine Curran, Charlotte Tooth, Carrie Willis, Megan Preston, Chereese Binedell, Valentina Dolci
Film produced by Your Frontier and Movement for Hope
Event organised by: Movement for Hope and UCL Department of Brain Repair and Rehabilitation

Dance Awareness for Neurological Conditions

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Dance & Awareness for Neurological Conditions

This short piece was created to engage mainstream public and initiate a call of support for neurological conditions.

Special Thanks to:
The Slade School of Fine Arts
Dancer & Choreographer: Hayley-Jayne Rumble
Film, lights, editing: Robert Evenden, Amber Michelle Hill
Music: Malcolm Marley
Artistic Director: Amber Michelle Hill

Liam – Life with MND

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Liam’s Story: Life with MND

Liam Dwyer suffers from a rare disease called Motor Neuron Disease.

The following two videos were a part of our Paint Aware exhibitions.
The first video below includes information on a biological component contributing to the disease Liam is suffering from (video 1) and a Q&A with him about life with MND (video 2).