Building a creative community for people to come together to voice the experience of living with an invisible disability in a nurturing space.
Join us to make a positive change this Spring:
- Creatively explore your own experience of living with an invisible disability
- Build confidence and develop skills to become advocates for ourselves and others in our communities.
We will be offering places on this free course of workshops to 15 people who identify as having an invisible disability (including neurological, physiological and mental health issues).
In the weekly sessions, we will use art, drama and sound to explore, explode and explain participant's lived experience, together and as individuals.
The aim of this group is to:
- Increase awareness of the experience of people living with an invisible disability
- Develop a self-sufficient community based on shared experience and support.
We are looking for a diverse group who, between them, demonstrate a broad-range of experiences and who are interested in creatively and artistically exploring their journey, and that of others in the group, in a safe space in Brighton.
- Every Thursday from 2pm to 4.30pm, in central Brighton.
- 8 weeks long, starting on 20 April 2017
- Open to anyone over 18
- The work space is fully accessible, close to the train station and has easy parking.
- The workshops will culminate in an exhibition at Brighton Dome in July 2017.
If you want a look at some of our previous projects, check out The Shout Project here.
If you're interested, we'd love to hear from you. Either fill out the form by clicking the link below or give our course leader, Simon, a call on 07772 661 839.