‘Living With…’ LGBT+ Art Exhibition

Exhibition open from Saturday 13th - Friday 19th February (not Sunday) 2016
10am - 5pm, free entry

Launch event: Friday 12th February, 7pm – 10pm
Free entry, booking preferred via livingwith.eventbrite.co.uk

Celebrate LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) History Month with a unique and varied exhibition that puts a diverse range of artists’ work in the spotlight to explore the experiences of being LGBT and living with or managing a long term health condition. The exhibition focuses in particular on how this might relate to our mental health.

This exhibition provides an opportunity to hear and see the experiences that can sometimes be lost from mainstream narratives. Expect expressions of defiance, despair, solidarity and celebration.

The opening night will include BSL interpreted performances including interdisciplinary artist and writer Sandra Alland.

Throughout the week select artists will be available for conversations about their work, in addition to a workshop for professionals on Wednesday 17th February.

www.lgbthealth.org.uk

For any more information, contact alison@lgbthealth.org.uk

 

 

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