Museum and Art Gallery
Understanding trauma for people with learning disabilities and autistic people.
Artist, illustrator and political activist Henny Beaumont is bringing her Invisible People exhibition to Worthing Museum.
Henny’s work often explores the lesser represented members of society, such as women, victims of violence, and people with disabilities. Her political cartoons have explored controversial topics such as Covid-19 and Brexit.
Invisible People has been curated as a result of Henny’s work as the artist is residence with the British Institute of Learning Disabilities (BILD) and Respond UK, a charity providing psychotherapy for people with learning disabilities and autism. This exhibition looks at the trauma experienced by marginalised groups in society, particularly those with disabilities.
Please Note No need to book, just turn up. This exhibition is free but donations are gladly welcomed. As a charity we rely on donations to bring amazing live events, exhibitions, films and so much more to the Worthing community. Your donation helps us to make this possible.
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Thursdays: 10am – 8pm
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