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The performance of disability histories remembrance and transmission

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Workshop 1: Histories, Biographies & Performances
Workshop 1: Histories, Biographies & Performances
Photos by Jon Legge
Workshop 2 @ Nottingham Playhouse
Workshop 2 @ Nottingham Playhouse
Workshop 2 @ Nottingham Playhouse
Workshop 2 @ Nottingham Playhouse
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Workshop 3 - Eyes, nose, mouth
Workshop 3 - Eyes, nose, mouth
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Dissemination Conference photos by Jon Legge
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Disemination Conference
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Tags: 15th Dec 2009, Weetwood Hall, Leeds

 

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A video from workshop 3: Performing Lives, Live Performance

 

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