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Say Aphasia Art Exhibition
1 August 2019
Join us for this one day pop-up exhibition showcasing artworks created by participants from Say Aphasia‘s drop in art classes.
Once a month people with aphasia participate in a drop in art class as a way of relief from the frustrations that Aphasia causes them. Aphasia is a communication disorder or condition that makes it difficult to read, write or speak. It can happen after a stroke or following a brain injury.
Opening times: 12noon – 9pm FREE & ALL WELCOME
The art classes have been so beneficial in improving their way of life, that we wanted to showcase their work and help to raise money, so that we can continue to help relieve frustrations and boredom, and the many other negative emotions that are caused due to living with Aphasia.
– Say Aphasia
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Please contact or 01273 607101 if you have specific access needs, please note the gallery is wheelchair accessible but the toilet is up five stairs. We have hearing assistive technology and our staff have Basic BSL & Deaf Awareness training. For more information about access and facilities at ONCA please click here.
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