Event: Dialogue Beyond Sight Exhibition ~ Dialogue

Dialogue Beyond Sight Exhibition leaflet

Dialogue Beyond Sight Exhibition | Dialogue

13 – 17 July 2016

gallery@oxo, Oxo Tower Wharf, London

The Dialogue Beyond Sight Exhibition holds at gallery@oxo London, and is a multi-sensory collaboration with 16 visually impaired visual artists and performers. It features an eclectic range of artworks including paintings, illustrations, sculptures and installations, and performances including storytelling, recital and classical songs, in a unique cross-disciplinary event.

This exhibition examines the links between artist and audience, and practitioner and practice. 10 workshops led by the artists, performers and other contributors will hold throughout the exhibition week.

The exhibition is open daily, 11am to 6pm and admission is free.

Visitors who require a quiet tour should contact the organisers for an individual tour designed for their needs. Booking is essential as places are limited.

For more information, visit www.dialoguebeyondsight.com

Dialogue Beyond Sight is a MaMoMi project supported using public funding by Arts Council England. gallery@oxo is owned and managed by Coin Street Community Builders.

Exhibition space : Guidelines for the virtual banner

Disability Co-operative Network

The Disability Co-operative Network champions disabled talent to museums and art galleries across the UK.  We have created a year- long pilot for disabled artists to exhibit their artwork in our banner space on our website and twitter account.

The space will have a link to a webpage on the DCN’s website which will show the artist’s biography and profile, together with a link to their webpage.

Each artist or group of artists will have four months of exhibiting time.  We expect this slot will be popular and we will look to create a banner slider to allow more artists to exhibit.

The Disability Co-operative Network is committed to raising the profile of disabled talent to the museum and heritage sector, working with charities, people, groups, corporations and the commercial sectors to develop innovation and systems of change for inclusion.

For guidance and to apply for a slot, please download this guide – Banner guidelines May 2016 (PDF).