Emerging

Rinkoo Barpaga, Alan McLean and Rachael Veazey are working on Breaking Barriers a development project for deaf artists and deaf-led organisations to improve opportunities and include more Deaf people in the publically funded arts sector and Cultural Industries. Funded by Awards for All.

British Society for Mental Health and Deafness
Developed with the Trustees a proposal for an amazing arts festival exploring Deaf people’s identity with a focus on deafness and mental health. BSMHD promote the development of specialist mental health services that are culturally and linguistically appropriate and accessible for all deaf people.

Adam Breeze – Wants to promote an entertainment show. 

Anjum Zahoor – Wants to be a  professional photographer. 

Yann Charlot – Wants to be a professional model. 

Mona Vyas – Fashion and Clothes maker

Kim Breeze – developing deaf Autism art project

John Finn – Requires digital equipment to it accessible for the artist to make wall-based artwork and Installations

Mark Smith – Wants to develop as an independent artist and do artistic research that will consider parallels between the criminalisation of homosexuality, and historic discrimination of D/deaf people. (E.g. in 1880, the Milan Conference voted to ban sign-language – a single act with a vastly detrimental effect on D/deaf culture.)

 

 

 

 

Adam Breeze – Wants to promote an entertainment show. 

Anjum Zahoor – Wants to be a  professional photographer. 

Yann Charlot – Wants to be a professional model. 

Mona Vyas – Fashion and Clothes maker

Kim Breeze – developing deaf Autism art project

John Finn – Requires digital equipment to it accessible for the artist to make wall-based artwork and Installations

Mark Smith – Wants to develop as an independent artist and do artistic research that will consider parallels between the criminalisation of homosexuality, and historic discrimination of D/deaf people. (E.g. in 1880, the Milan Conference voted to ban sign-language – a single act with a vastly detrimental effect on D/deaf culture.)