Helping young people reach their goals.
Learning disability photos displayed at Tower Bridge
Wednesday 17 December 2008
A free public exhibition of photos featuring people with a learning disability has gone on display at More London.
The exhibition – called This is me – is based on Mencap's Snap! photo competition. It offers a unique insight into the feelings and experiences of people with a learning disability through photos and stories.
The exhibition launched on Wednesday 17 December at More London next to Tower Bridge. It will remain there until Thursday 8 January when it moves to Birmingham, Manchester and Brighton.
People with a learning disability are all individuals with their own personalities, likes and dislikes, goals and ambitions. But too often, people with a learning disability are ignored and are among the most excluded people in our society.
Every picture in This is me has been taken by or features someone with a learning disability. Each one is accompanied by the story behind the picture, or the story of its subject or photographer.
You can visit the exhibition at:
More London – near Tower Bridge, SE1 1DB, between 17 December 2008 and 8 January 2009.
Birmingham – in Chamberlain Square between 11 January and 28 February 2009.
Manchester – in Piccadilly Gardens between 1 March and 30 April 2009.
Brighton – in the city centre, details and dates to follow shortly.
Visit our online gallery
You can also view some of the images and stories featured in the exhibition in our online gallery.