Challenging Disability Stereotypes through Art
Sat, 03 Nov 2018 – Fri, 23 Nov 2018
12.00 PM – 5.00 PM
Lunch and refreshments will be provided
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Age range: 11-25 year old young disabled people
Liverpool Hope University is working with DaDaFest Young Leaders to look at how disabled people have been represented in TV, art, film, books, magazines over time. The workshop is an opportunity to share experiences and meet new people through exploring preconceptions about what disability is and means to different people. You will work with professional artists to develop ideas and create a visual representation to inform future working practices at DaDaFest and beyond. You will also then be able to keep the end results!
More information www.dadafest.co.uk/events
This event is also part of the Festival of Social Sciences.
Free, booking required
About DaDaFest 2018
DaDaFest International is back for another year, bigger and better than ever! This year’s festival will take place from 1 November – 8 December 2018 with over 50 events at venues across Merseyside. This year’s festival theme is Passing: What is your legacy, which includes moments that affirm, celebrate and inform on the very essence of what it is to be disabled, D/deaf, young, old as all of us are part of the human race.
Check out the DaDaFest International programme www.dadafest.co.uk/events
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