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Inspiring Disabled Artist Creates Stunning Exhibition With The Help Of Hull's Homeless

Tuesday 13 February 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Hull Daily Mail:

 

Jason Wilsher-Mills
Jason Wilsher-Mills wants to create a monument
to celebrate Hull's disabled community
 

Inspiring disabled artist creates stunning exhibition with the help of Hull's homeless

Jason Wilsher-Mills hopes to create a monument to celebrate Hull's disabled community after the success of his recent exhibition

By Alex Grove
8 February 2018
© 2018 Local World

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Jason Wilsher-Mills, 47, uses a wheelchair and is frequently bed-bound by chronic polyneuropathy and chronic fatigue syndrome.

However, despite his ailments, the 47-year-old has been hard at work putting together a colourful exhibition at Artlink in Princes Avenue called ‘Unexpected Engagement.’

The collection features funky pieces such as ‘East Hull Elvis,’ as well as ‘The X-Factor Princess,’ and everything in the gallery has been put together with the help of the homeless and recovering drug users.

 

 

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