Journey By Dots

Braille artist Clarke Reynolds has launched his most ambitious solo exhibition yet, and he invites you to please touch the artwork!

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Last week, we hosted the See My Skills Gala; a showcase of sight loss talent to celebrate Vision Foundation's centenary.Our Royal Patron, HRH The Countess of Wessex and Vice Presidents; Sir John Major, Lord David Blunkett and Cherie Blair QC joined our supporters and ambassadors at the Museum of London to mark the occasion. Thanks to the generosity of our supporters, we raised vital funds towards our Centenary Appeal, funding employment projects for blind and partially sighted people.Find out more about the #SeeMySkills campaign here: were thrilled to welcome a cohort of incredible visually impaired actors, musicians, artists and poets to the gala. An enormous thank you to musicians, Thuy and Scott, Dave Steele aka The Blind Poet, actor Eleanor Stollery Eleanor's Voice, performer Kerry Firth and the Blind Braille Artist, Clarke Reynolds for sharing their talents with us. ... See MoreSee Less
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