All aboard to Vaccination Station! A comic workshop with Adam Murphy

Saturday 19 November | 13-15:00

Glasgow Workshop Families

Free (ticketed)

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What do cows have to do vaccination? Who did the first vaccine, and what for? What did vaccination look like in the 1800s? And why is it so important today? Find out at this interactive zine-making workshop!

Join the Heritage Team with award-winning comic artist Adam Murphy (CorpseTalk, Lost Tales) and learn all about the history of vaccination in Scotland. Then, make your own comic about one of the earliest vaccine stations in Britain - organised by the doctors of our College in the 1800s! A perfect afternoon for all budding illustrators and comic fans!

The workshop is suitable for ages 9+ (children must be accompanied by an adult). Refreshments will be available.

Venue information

Royal College of Physicians and Surgeons of Glasgow

232-242 St Vincent Street

G2 5RJ

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