My Art Comes From Who I Am Workshop by Kirin Saeed

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Fruitmarket

45 Market St

Edinburgh

EH1 1DF

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A free accessible creative workshop for people with a visual impairment

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My Art Comes From Who I Am is an accessible creative workshop inspired by Jyll Bradley’s exhibition and designed and led by the visually impaired performer Kirin Saeed working alongside the artist Louise Fraser. This workshop is designed specifically for visually impaired participants.

Artist Kirin Saeed will lead this workshop enabling participants to experiment with ideas, materials and processes which relate to Jyll Bradley’s work Pardes. Kirin is a visually impaired performer and disability access trainer who lives and works in Edinburgh, her practice includes work for TV, radio and the stage.

Please allow three hours in total for this event. We will meet the participants in the Fruitmarket Bookshop at 1pm.

If you have any specific access requirements please let us know when you book.

The Fruitmarket access guide and information on how to travel to our building can be downloaded here

If it is easier, you can book for this event over the phone by calling the Fruitmarket directly on 0131 225 2383.

If you require any further information about the event please contact:

Tracy Morgan, Community Engagement Manager, email: tracy@fruitmarket.co.uk or call on 0131 226 8189.

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A free, public space for culture in the heart of Edinburgh, the Fruitmarket provides inspiration and opportunity for artists and audiences.

We programme, develop and present world-class exhibitions, commissions, publications, performances, events and engagement activities, opening up the artistic process. Creativity makes space for meaning, and we create a welcoming space for people to think with contemporary art and culture in ways that are helpful to them – for free.

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