Sadiq Khan presents work of deaf and disabled artists
This weekend the Mayor of London in collaboration with Waltham Forest London Borough of Culture 2019 will be presenting an exciting festival at Walthamstow Liberty.
Sadiq Khan, says: ”I’m delighted to be bringing the best of Deaf and disability arts to Walthamstow this November ”
The festival will be live during the weekend 23rd-24th November. The show will be celebrating the work of deaf and disabled artists . It will be open to the public and there will be no entry fee.
Accessibility is at the heart of the Liberty’s policy and therefore it has been designed to be reachable from anyone , even by those ones with difficulties, step free access and disabled toilets are available. On Sunday 24th November there will also be an accessible shuttle bus operating from Tottenham Hale to Walthamstow and one along the Liberty festival route.
Installations that can be seen from today : ‘Distorted Constellations‘, the first Installation will be launched today at 6pm. The exhibition is inspired by Nwando Ebizie’s neurological disorder which causes visual distortations. The exhibition will be flashing lights and music. ‘Arboria Lumniarium’, the installation has been created by Architects of Air and will also be launched today. It is a maze of winding paths and soaring domes, labyrinthine tunnels and a chill place where to relax and meditate. Liberty Events coming up from the 23rd November : ‘Deaf Rave’ 6-10pm Deaf performers will be presenting at this visual evening club featuring dance, sing songs, mime and visual vernacular (sign language storytelling) DJ and BSL Taster Workshops 12noon-4pm This activity’s goal is to teach the basic of how to mix tunes and the culture & language in the British Deaf Community For more info about events, visit the Liberty programme: