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Join this celebration event for the Feeling at Home exhibition, as part of The Living Room season at Science Gallery London

This is a chance to meet the photographers and learn more about the Feeling at Home project.

13:00-15:00: Meet the photographers

People with learning disabilities who took part in the photography groups will be on hand to talk about their experiences of the project.

15:30-16:30: Presentation of research findings and resources

The research team will present the findings of the project and share the outputs of the project - the Feeling at Home checklist and toolkit. These have been co-designed with staff and people living in group homes. They have been designed to help everyone work together to make people's flats and houses places where they really feel at home.

Please book your place via the Eventbrite link. For more information, visit the Feeling at Home website

About the exhibition

This exhibition is part of the Feeling at Home research study, funded by the National Institute of Health and Care Research's School for Social Care Research. Researchers have used photovoice, a research method where people tell their stories, share their experiences and work towards improving their lives through photography.

You can see the work of 19 photographers with learning disabilities from across Brighton and London. They met together in small groups to reflect on what helps them feel at home, and what gets in the way of this. With Quiet Down There, they have curated this exhibition of their photographs and invite you to engage with these issues.

The exhibition will run from Wednesday 4 April to Saturday 6 May 2023. Please note, the exhibition will be open Tuesdays to Saturdays, 10.30 - 17:30

Event details

Science Gallery London
Great Maze Pond, London, SE1 9GU