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Disability photography: Changing the world one photograph at a time

New Disability Horizons contributor, Emily Alecock, is a photographer specialising in the positive promotion of disability. She tells us how she hopes her work will change people’s perceptions of disability.

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Book review: God’s Rich Pattern by Lin Berwick

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, tells us her thoughts on new book “God’s Rich Pattern”, and how she was inspired by one woman’s story. God’s Rich Pattern by Lin

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iPad art: helping disabled artists to create masterpieces

Disabled artist, Jason Wilsher-Mills, tells Disability Horizons how the Apple iPad helped him to rediscover art and use it as a way to express himself. My name is Jason Wilsher-Mills

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What’s your take on disability and art?

SHAPE is a disability-led arts organisation working to improve access to the arts for disabled people. They’re currently calling for artists to join the Shape Open Exhibition 2012, where people

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Do you have a disabled hero?

New Disability Horizons contributor, Peter Street, tells us about his new book, “A Kind of Village”, and how this touching story reflects his own experiences. The world needs heroes. They

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Book review: Off Balanced by Zachary Fenell

Regular Disability Horizons contributor, Sarah Ismail, discovers the parallels between her personal experiences of living with cerebral palsy, and that of the author of “Off Balanced”. Off Balanced is the

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Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement

Debbie Caulfield recently discovered the beauty of Edgar Degas’s work, an artist who became disabled by depression and blindness in later life. Degas and the Ballet: Picturing Movement was a

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Accessing the world of photography!

Ever wanted to take up photography? Disability Horizons profiles the fantastic work of The Disabled Photographers’ Society! The Disabled Photographers’ Society is a little known charity, or so we keep

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A trip to the National Gallery and the Brixton Academy

DH’s co-editor, Srin, took a bit of time out recently from lawyering in the City and helping to run this fine publication to enjoy a concert at The Brixton Academy

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The Model Interview: Q&A with Shannon Murray

Shannon Murray is a model, actress, writer and TV presenter from the UK who has trailblazed the way forward in raising the profile of disabled people in mainstream media. Last