Organiser: SLU-konst och Graduate School for Veterinary Medicine and Animal Science (GS-VMAS)
Last signup date: 15 January 2024
Welcome to an open lecture and workshop (registration required) where you will have the opportunity to deepen your knowledge of communication and image use.
During the lecture, illustrator Aron Landahl will talk about his experience of working with illustration for different purposes. This will be followed by a discussion about the possibilities of illustration and a chance to ask questions about illustration. The discussion will be moderated by artist Johanna Hästö.
During the workshop, participants will carry out exercises aimed at developing a greater understanding and awareness of the use of images, image as linguistic expression and the potential of illustration. Practical exercises are interspersed with reflection. Participants will not create illustrations for actual use, but will try to apply different kinds of imagery to things they think might need to be illustrated.
Registration for the workshop is required, numbers are limited to 20 people. Please send your registration to Lousia Hatamian (firstname.lastname@example.org) by 15 January.
Aron Landahl (born 1984) is a picture book illustrator with a studio in Ateljéföreningen Hospitalet in Ulleråker. In addition to his own picture books, he has collaborated with Barbro Lindgren and has also worked with scientific illustration. His latest book "Alla äter alla" is nominated for the August Prize 2023.
Johanna Hästö (b. 1984) is an artist who works widely in the field of art with drawing, live drawing, performance, text and installations. She also has a studio at Ateljéföreningen Hospitalet, is director of the Uppsala Artists' Club and runs various artistic development projects. Among other things, she has tried art as a starting point for reflection with employees at the Swedish Veterinary Agency (SVA) in the Vinnova-funded project "Med lånad blick".