“Melanoma Revealed: A European Exhibit” in Barcelona
Spot the Dot will be in Barcelona to talk about #skincancerawareness and participate in the exhibition “Melanoma Revealed: A European Exhibit”
What it is about
A European Exhibit aims to captivate and educate visitors about the stages of Melanoma in a visual and thought-provoking way – combines art, science and patient stories in an immersive and interactive experience. Including a discussion with special guests on how collaboration with patients, patient advocates, healthcare professionals and industry can improve patient outcomes and the importance of using art as a different way to communicate.
Date: Thursday 26th September 2019
Time: 18:30 – 20:30
Venue: CAPELLA DELS ANGELS, c/ dels Àngels, 7, 08001, Barcelona, Spain
Attendance is free, however attendees must have an invitation/flyer to attend the event.
Kindly email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we will send you an official invitation
List of participants:
INSA – Graffiti artist
Video installation by Spot the Dot
Michèle Wood – Internationally renowned art therapist specializing in oncology and palliative care
Dr. Eva Muñoz – Specialist in Melanoma
Marije Kruis – Melanoma patient and founder of Spot the Dot foundation
Enric Barba – Melanoma patient and patient advocate
About the location
The Gothic chapel of the Convent dels Àngels is one of the spaces of The Barcelona Museum of Contemporary Art (MACBA). A sixteenth-century Gothic building with an intensely rich history, the Convent dels Àngels has been the object of a respectful conversion conducted by the architects Lluís Clotet and Ignacio Aparicio. Belonging to Barcelona’s historical heritage, it is divided into several spaces, some of which can be counted among the most beautiful examples of Gothic architecture in the city.
This event takes place during the ESMO Congress which is the appointment in Europe for clinicians, researchers, patient advocates, journalists and the pharmaceutical industry from all over the world to get together, learn about the latest advances in oncology and translate science into better cancer patient care.