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Blind Coffee Morning with Jo Bannon

iC4C, 2 Dakeyne Street, Nottingham, Nottinghamshire, NG3 2AR
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Saturday 20th January | 2024 | 11am - 1pm
iC4C, Nottingham
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Artist Jo Bannon invites local community of blind and visually impaired people to gather for coffee and cake at FABRIC's Nottingham site, iC4C.

FREE to attend, Jo will host a casual and relaxed chat about the different experiences of visual impairment, sharing some of her thinking behind her current artistic work, Blind Magic.

You might want to share some of your experience or be curious to hear more from others. Both approaches are valuable and welcome. Jo will also share short extracts of her research connected to the topic to providing starting points for discussion and provoke conversation.

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