april, 2022

29aprAll Day05sepExhibition: What you do not seeWhat does it mean to live with a disability you cannot see?

Event Details

This new exhibition brings together the work of seven UK-based contemporary visual artists illuminating what it’s like to live with a hidden disability. This project deals with sensitive topics relating to disability and identity. It is intended for an 16+ audience.

The exhibition challenges assumptions of what people with differing abilities can (or can’t) do and to promote a more inclusive culture across Hounslow and beyond.

The artists included in this exhibition each use their personal stories to show what it’s really like to live with a hidden disability from different perspectives, including the social, physical and cultural impact on their day to day lives.

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Time

April 29 (Friday) - September 5 (Monday)

Location

Feltham Library

Feltham Library The Centre High St, Feltham TW13 4GU

Organizer

Creative People and Places HounslowCreative People & Places Hounslow is part of Arts Council England’s national investment in engaging new audiences in the arts, in areas where there is little or no access to arts and culture. In Hounslow, the approach has been to work from the grass roots up with the vision of creating a confident, colourful and creative Hounslow. Watermans leads the Creative People & Places consortium in Hounslow.

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