The Wirral Society of the Blind and Partially Sighted was established by a group of visually impaired people in October 1989 – meaning that 2019 marks their 30th anniversary.
This display of multimedia artwork by blind and partially sighted people captures expression through the senses. This demonstrates how the world is seen from the perspective of sight loss.
The exhibition runs in the community gallery, Gallery 14, from 21st August until 22nd September and, like all exhibitions at the Williamson, is free. We are open Wednesday-Sunday 10am-5pm.
For more exhibitions at the Williamson, check our Exhibitions pages.
August 21st - September 22nd