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Artrix Set To Present 'Groundbreaking' Art Exhibition Highlighting ME And Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

Tuesday 20 March 2018

 

From UK newspaper the Bromsgrove Standard:

 

Anne Nicholls
Anne Nicholls
 

Artrix set to present ‘groundbreaking’ art exhibition highlighting M.E and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome

By Lorna Morris
March 18, 2018
Bromsgrove Standard © 2014 - 2018

ARTRIX is set to present a ‘groundbreaking’ art exhibition and film screening highlighting the debilitating condition M.E or Chronic Fatigue Syndrome (CFS).

Running from April 4 to May 20, ‘Invisible: A New Look at M.E’ will illustrate the effects of M.E/CFS, featuring images by Birmingham-based artist, writer and psychotherapist Anne Nicholls.

The free exhibition of art and verse aims to enlighten cynics and invite the viewer to walk a mile in the shoes of long term sufferers of the condition.

Artist, Anne Nicholls said: “Despite having painful and debilitating M.E. for the last 12 years, I’ve found art to be absorbing, therapeutic and fun.

“This exhibition, Invisible, is part of the international tide of rising awareness, it is a real and cruel disease can last decades.”

 

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