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Change The Conversation, Change The Outcome

An exhibition celebrating the talents of artists with a learning disability

23 March 2018 — 22 April 2018

23 March - 22 April 2018, Change The Conversation, Change The Outcome @ People’s History Museum. Image © Nicholaus Msindai, Pure Studio

Time 10:00 - 17:00

Duration 7 hours

Cost The museum is free to enter with suggested donation of £5

An exhibition celebrating the talents of artists with a learning disability – a group often excluded from high profile exhibition opportunities.

The exhibition features artwork created by over 50 artists from Pure Studio, curated by four of their members; Melanie Marsden, Nicholaus Msindai, Jason Johnson and Sarah Bradbury.

Pure Studio enables people to pursue their interest in the arts within an encouraging and supportive collective.  The studio is part of Pure Innovations, a charity committed to working with a diverse range of people, helping them create fulfilled lives with a sense of purpose and belonging.  The exhibition has been sponsored by Print Approved.

Suitable for all ages

Pure InnovationsPrint Approved

 

Heritage Lottery FundedPart of our year long programme exploring the past, present and future of representation, marking 100 years since all men and some women won the right to vote in Britain.  Following an open call for submissions, the 2018 community exhibition programme was selected by a panel of museum staff and members of a cross section of community groups.

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