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  • NAIDEX Exhibition a Hit with Sara

    NAIDEX  Exhibition a Hit with Sara

    One of our new volunteers at Disability Sheffield , Sara Ali, has written a blog for us about the 50th Naidex (National Accessibility Inclusion and Disability Expo) event she attended, which took place over two days (March 20th-21st) at the Birmingham NEC.

  • Touring Art Exhibition Celebrates Disability

    Touring Art Exhibition Celebrates Disability

    Acclaimed disabled Yorkshire artist Jason Wilsher-Mills taught himself how to use digital technology after disability caused by a childhood bout of chicken pox suddenly worsened. Lightbox installations, wall hangings and intricately decorated fibreglass and inflatable sculptures celebrating disability and Jason’s Northern working-class heritage will be displayed on the ground floor and gardens of Wentworth Woodhouse from Saturday 29th April to Sunday 18th June..

  • This is Me

    This is Me

    Local mental health charity Sheffield Flourish and Sheffield Health and Social Care NHS Foundation Trust are holding an art exhibition in November and want to feature your art – painting, photography, collage, drawing, whatever you would like to use.The theme this year is ‘This is Me’ and you can interpret that however you want to. The deadline for submissions is 1st November 2022.

  • Submit your Artwork for Mental Health Day Exhibition

    Submit your Artwork for Mental Health Day Exhibition

    Sheffield Flourish is inviting entries for their annual five-day art exhibition in October as part of World Mental Health Day. The theme is ‘urban nature’, and everyone is welcome to submit 2D artwork in any medium – especially people with a lived experience of mental health and those who work in support services, for a display in the Moor Market. The closing date is 31 August.

  • Creativity In Lockdown Exhibition

    Creativity In Lockdown Exhibition

    Artists with learning disabilities and autism from South Yorkshire based arts organisation Artworks have organised a virtual gallery showcasing the artworks they have created whilst shielding during lockdown. There are 70 artists involved and pieces vary in style and medium, including both two and three-dimensional work.

  • I’ll be Here in the Morning

    I’ll be Here in the Morning

    If you’re a care worker, an unpaid carer or receive care have you been inspired to get creative during these extremely challenging times? Sheffield University is looking for entries to ‘I’ll be here in the morning’, a digital exhibition celebrating our community of care and designed to “give a voice to the unheard and put faces to the unseen”. The deadline for submissions is 20 September.

  • Healthwatch Sheffield Photography Exhibition

    Healthwatch Sheffield Photography Exhibition

    Make sure you go to the Winter Gardens this month and have a look at the Healthwatch Sheffield Exhibition “celebrating people who inspired by their own experience, or someone close to them, are using their insights to make things better for others” in Sheffield. Nominations came from organisations such as SAYiT, Manor & Castle Development Trust and Disability Sheffield. The exhibition is open until 25 August.

  • All our Brains Exhibition

    An exhibition looking at the effects of dementia not only on patients but the people around them returns to Sheffield at the Art House from February 16 to March 2. Admission is free.

  • Your Photos Wanted for Leisure Exhibition

    To coincide with the Special Olympics coming to Sheffield we’re planning a photographic exhibition in the Winter Gardens during August to celebrate disabled people taking part in leisure activities you enjoy in the city.

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