This event is part of Disability History Month. The sunflower has become used as a visual cue to make it easier for others to identify, understand and acknowledge those living with visible and invisible disabilities. The sunflower represents happiness, positivity and strength, as well as confidence and growth. We will be celebrating this by creating art in the form of paintings, collage and everything in between to celebrate the positivity and strength of one another. Everything you need will be provided, just bring yourselves along! The venue is wheelchair accessible, has access to basic seating, an accessible toilet and designated quiet space. There is car parking available next to the venue, including blue badge parking. If you have any questions about this event, please get in touch by dropping us a message on social media or emailing us via [email protected]
GIAG x Disability History Month: Sunflower Art!