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A smiling person stood behind DJ equipment waving. They stand in front of an abstract background that is reminiscent of space and stars. A smiling person stood behind DJ equipment waving. They stand in front of an abstract background that is reminiscent of space and stars.

Do You See Me? A Display by Sheffield Mencap & Gateway

Tue 26 March - Sun 7 July 2024

Weston Park Museum

This series of photographic portraits features members of Sheffield Mencap and Gateway, who have been diagnosed with learning disabilities.

Each portrait focusses on the personality, interests, and individuality of each person, aiming to tell part of their story beyond the learning disability.

The theme of Learning Disability Week 2024 (17 – 23 June) is 'Do you see me?' It is a positive message created by people with learning disabilities about challenging barriers, being seen, heard, and valued.

 

Image above – Bethan: “I love DJ-ing and I DJ at The Leadmill at Under the Stars."

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Sheffield Stories: Caribbean Footsteps & Picturing Sheffield will be closed on Fri 21 June and Sat 20 Jul for events

Weston Park Museum

Western Bank

Sheffield

S10 2TP

A photograph of a person holding up a drawing of three birds, one red, one yellow and one green. In the background of the photograph are trees and bushes,

Keith: “I am a big fan of Bob Marley’s music and Three Little Birds is my favourite song.”

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