The Making Together exhibition, in collaboration with the Royal Birmingham Society of Artists (RBSA), showcases art work created in a series of workshops at Touchbase Pears, Birmingham, co-produced by people with complex disabilities and RBSA artists.Continue reading “Making Together Exhibition: showcasing artwork created in a series of workshops”
Over the past several months, Sense Arts has been working closely with six young people with sensory impairments and complex communication needs through a series of music making workshops.
These workshops were part of a project called ‘Music is a Vibration’, which is an inclusive arts project that enabled the young people to co-produce their own musical compositions. The project put young people at the heart of several immersive environments in which they were able to create music and experience soundscapes. The workshops were led by artists Tom Peel and Justin Wiggan, assisted by Sense support worker and musician, Bamba Dia.
Six young people with sensory impairments and complex communication needs are making music through a series of Sense Arts workshops. The workshops are part of a project called ‘Music Is A Vibration’, and are being led by a musician and an artist who use innovative audiovisual technology to overcome communication barriers.