Art + Dyslexia
Fermynwoods Free Exchange discussions explore each month conceptual areas of overlap between artistic practice and the everyday. On 4th Februrary, James and Robert will be joined by artist Graham Keddie, whose practice explores the digesting of literal information, and his personal experience of the challenges of linguistics as a dyslexic artist. Also contributing will be Robert’s partner Dona Diani-Walsha, who works with dyslexic and disabled students at University of Sussex, and is dyslexic herself.
Alongside contributions from the public, the group will discuss the theme of dyslexia both in contemporary art and everyday life.
The event is free, but places are limited so please reserve your seat.
Date: Tuesday 4 February 2014
Time: 7pm - 8.30pm
Venue: 33 High Street, Thrapston, Northants, NN14 4JJ
Bookings: email@example.com 01832 733009
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