Losing your identity, your sense of humour and your smile reflex are serious concerns during this period, particularly as we head into Lockdown 2 or,
Tag: disability visibility
‘On Being Politically Disabled’ by Amy Bethan Evans
I am disabled and politically so. Part of this is because I have been working with Graeae from a young age and Graeae is a political movement, born out of disability rights. I have gone on a journey of accepting who I am and how I experience the world. The social model of disability was a revelation. Through my freelance work I am constantly trying to bring that into other organisations so that disability liberation is not solely left to companies who have that as their main aim. It is something everyone should be doing.
Spoonie Artist Meet Up #2
Apologies for having to reschedule the previous event time late notice – Ellie had a big old virus that wouldn’t go away cos, you know,
*Call Out for zine submissions*
I’m extending my original deadline, so that more people can submit their thoughts/anecdotes/cartoons/essays/poems around the topic of… what not to say to a sick person
Disabled Womens Space at Sapphormation 2019
We will be hosting a disabled women’s craft space at this years Sapphormation. This space is open to all women who love women who are
spoonie artists: unite on wednesday!
Regular, accessible arts and crafts meet up & craftivist network!
manchester access project – saturday 6th july 2.30pm
Join us to map YOUR experiences of Manchester!
All the well wishes to superstar CharlieJFitz
Just am desperate to do a quick post wishing all the well wishes in the world to the lovely Charlie J Fitz who is in
ART AND ACCESS: BBC 6 FESTIVAL – SUNDAY
Sunday was a bad day for me and my body. In hindsight, it was a bad-bad situation that led to an even worse situation last
ART & ACCESS: Liverpool Everyman Theatre
I was very lucky in Liverpool to spend my Monday afternoon with the very lovely Laura and Brendan from The Everyman Theatre on Hope Street,