Featured Image: Albert Geere - House No 16 (2015) Courtesy Project Art Works

In the Realm of Others, a major exhibition by artists with profound intellectual impairment

In the Realm of Others is a new collaboration between Project Art Works and De La Warr Pavilion intended to question perceptions about the process of making art.

Over forty-five large and small-scale paintings, drawings and sculptures – produced by fourteen makers with profound intellectual impairment – are presented in a living, evolving installation that offers a rare glimpse into unknowable, creative states of being.

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Daniella Di Toro Branka Pupovac (AUS) Wheelchair Tennis Sydney 2000 PG

Share your views on news articles featuring active disabled people

The English Federation of Disability Sport (EFDS), supported by Sport England, is embarking on a new multi-stage research project. The aim is to improve public perceptions of disabled people in sport and activity by supporting the media, and those who interact with it, to use approaches which position disabled people more positively.


The first stage of the project is to understand more from both disabled and non-disabled people on their views of written news articles. We want to find out the types of news channels people use to read about sport or activity as well as preferences in language, tone and content.

To do this, EFDS has created a survey. In this survey, we ask a number of questions regarding the way active disabled people are portrayed in local and national news channels. Some questions involve looking through articles and clicking of words. We appreciate some people with certain impairments require another format or support to answer. If this occurs, please email or call Emma Spring (details below) to arrange a personal interview.

Please take part in the online survey here.

It will take no longer than 15 minutes to complete. We welcome everyone’s views in this survey.


Enjoy 10% off at Forest Holidays in a fully accessible cabin

Forest Holidays have 9 wonderful locations across the UK, all set exclusively on Forestry Commission land.

The accommodation is the last word in luxury, with modern, fitted kitchens, spacious accommodation and stunning forest views.  Many cabins have log burners and underfloor heating so after a day exploring the forest you can relax in your cosy cocoon. Dogs are also welcome in specific pet-friendly cabins so nobody has to be left at home.

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