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How the OHMI Trust is making music inclusive for disabled people

If you’re disabled, there’s a strong likelihood that you’ve never had a chance to play a traditional musical instrument, whether for fun or as a career. It’s a problem that

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Top critically-acclaimed disabled artists and writers

Last year we celebrated the top 10 female, top 10 male disabled celebrities, and top 10 international disabled celebrities. So, in our new series, we’re turning towards different disciplines, from disabled activists

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Three disabled people who will not let themselves be limited

When some people hear the word ‘disability’, thoughts of limitations come to mind—what a person can’t do, what they used to do and what they wish they could do. There

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Disabled icons: painter Frida Kahlo and pushing boundaries

Top critically-acclaimed disabled artists Changing attitudes toward disability in the media Top 10 disabled celebrities from across the world In the first of a series of articles on disabled icons,

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Invisible disability: small gestures and big impressions

Artist Tiffanee Griffiths talks to Disability Horizons about how her invisible disability has affected her work and how something like a small, socially accepted, handshake can have such an impact. My

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Disability art and Turning Points

Artist Chris Tally Evans talks to Disability Horizons about how he became a ‘story teller’ and how his recent work, Turning Points, was recently featured as part of the London

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Get involved… calling all disabled photographers

If you have a passion for photography then get your camera ready and enter the 2012 On the Move photography competition. Aimed at giving budding disabled photographers a platform to

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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