Hope you make time to see the Reality of Small Differences exhibition, of which Gill Crawshaw is a champion! follow on Twitter @Championwonder. Gill comments that the
“exhibition is also part of the current Arts Trail in Chapel Allerton (until Sunday 31st August) and is an exhibition of textile art by disabled artists (including people with mental health problems)”,
it is currently on display at
Inkwell and Union 105.
“This exhibition came about as a response to the fact that Grayson Perry’s popular tapestry series* is being shown in Leeds in a venue that’s inaccessible to many disabled people.”
You can see the Reality of Small Differences exhibition between
10-4 Tuesday – Saturday until Saturday 4th Oct. at Inkwell
East Streets Arts: Union 105 (105 Chapeltown Road LS7 3HY) where it is open
Tuesday 26th – Thursday 28th Aug 12-6pm,
then by appointment the following week until Weds 3rd Sept.
* the Grayson Perry exhibition is currently here in Leeds until the 7th December. Five of Grayson’s six tapestries on display are only accessible by stair or stair climber but here are Temple Newsam’s details about accessibility.