RBSA and Sense: Making Together

27 February — 09 March 2019

RBSA and Sense: Making Together exhibition

This exhibition forms part of a collaborative project with Sense and showcases artwork by Sense participants, which have been made with support from RBSA artists. The collaboration follows our Connecting Creatively exhibition of 2018, which was a ground-breaking project for the Society. Sense is a national charity (charity no. 289868) that supports people who have complex communication needs and helps them to enjoy more independent lives.

Don't miss our BSL tour of the exhibition on 27 February, 1-3pm. Click here for details.

The 'Making Together' exhibition and this BSL tour is supported using public funding by the National Lottery through Arts Council England.

Arrange a visit

If you would like to arrange a visit, please do not hesitate to natalie@rbsa.org.uk. You can view gallery access information here and outreach activity information here. We have object handling collections that can be used throughout the year to provide sensory material during exhibitions where artworks cannot be touched.

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We would like to thank everyone involved in this project, especially:

+ The Sense participants 
+ Sense staff members: Stephanie Tyrell, Sunney Sharma, Jessica   Evans
+ Sense Support Workers
+ The Dual Works
+ RBSA artists: Fran Currie RBSA, Rob Hamp NWA, Annette Pugh  ARBSA, and Karoline Rerrie Friend  
+ RBSA staff and volunteers                                                              

We are very grateful to the following organisations for supporting this project:

+ The National Lottery Heritage Fund and Arts Council England
+ The Grimmett Trust

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Make a donation

We want to help as many people as possible enjoy art. If you would like to support us in this aim, please consider making a donation. Any amount is greatly appreciated and really does help to make a difference. You can make a donation via PayPal here.

Key Dates

  • Gallery 1
    27 February — 09 March 2019

    Our collaborative and inclusive multi-sensory exhibition.