Do You Know anyone who is Visually Impaired?

If so please let them know about my art project Seen – Unseen which explores the access to art for the visually impaired person in the gallery space and elsewhere. The next Seen – Unseen event is via Zoom on Friday February 26 at 14.00 GMT. Email Artist Clare Mc Laughlin to book your place

Seen – Unseen is a very inclusive, friendly space for visually impaired people to explore art in a non visual way. Normally Seen – Unseen sessions take place in the selected gallery space, however due to the Covid pandemic, Seen – Unseen events are now taking place via the Zoom platform. Each session takes 40 minutes and tactile packs will be sent out in advance where necessary.

Access to Art for Visually Impaired People Worldwide

Seen – Unseen is an art project by Artist Clare Mc Laughlin created in 2014 to explore access to art for the Visually Impaired Person, who are often unseen in cultural spaces.

If you know any visually impaired people who might like to sign up for Seen – Unseen please share this page with them.

Thank you

Artist Clare Mc Laughlin

Copyright and Intellectual Property IP of all Art Projects by Artist Clare Mc Laughlin remain with the Artist.

This reflects the considerable time, creative energy and resources invested in these projects.

By continuing to the site you are doing so on this understanding.

Signed Clare Mc Laughlin

B.A. (Hons) Visual Art

Seen – Unseen zoom visit to VOID Derry 30th November 2020

30th November at 14.00 sees the start of the Seen – Unseen zoom visit to VOID Derry exploring Artist Alan Phelan’s exhibition echoes are always more muted. A tactile pack is being prepared for visually impaired collaborators and to register for this event please email Artist Clare Mc Laughlin by November 15th.

Seen – Unseen

Seen – Unseen zoom visit to VOID is funded by DCSDC and will take place during Disability Week NI 2020 which takes place between 30th November – 4th December.