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Continuing The Journey – at International Slavery Museum

We are thrilled that the exhibition has been set up at the entrance to International Slavery Museum and the large scale portraits juxtaposed with the intimate audio visuals that audience members can immerse themselves in work incredibly well together.  This powerful exhibition has had positive…

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Continuing The Journey – Exhibition Tour

We are thrilled that the work of Continuing the Journey is on display at the prominent International Slavery Museum and Kuumba Imani Millenium Centres.  However, to increase audience reach and accessibility to the body of work we have taken the display on a community tour…

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Continuing The Journey – Contributors

We have had an overwhelming response from members of the community who have contributed their experiences of racism for the project.  Each and every contribution will impact on the power of this unique body of work, which is continuing to grow and develop.  All our…

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Image Makers

Loving these postcards that we helped our talented young photographers attending Alder Hey Children’s Hospital create as part of a Dadafest young people’s arts project examining personal journeys.  We taught the young people all aspects of photography – moving from a simple compact camera to…

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Ticket To Ride – last stop approaching

The work with Mencap participants is continuing as the exhibition deadline fast approaches.  I’ve been getting final images to interpret 3 learning disabled adults perceptions of using public transport, and as I write film maker Paul McCann is testing the work he’s edited together in…

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Sensory Stories Retold Seminar

 The day’s seminar showcased the first year of this 3 year research project, funded by Arts and Humanities Research Council. The project brings together artists, technologists and researchers to examine how to make museum interpretation more accessible to learning disabled audiences and we are looking…

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