Now in its fourth year, EPIC’s annual art exhibition has become a much loved celebration of International Day of People with Disability. Each year we select a theme which lends itself to different and varied interpretations, initiating though-provoking discussions and observations.
Our inaugural exhibition in 2015 was called Inclusion Matters, focusing on building a society of diversity and inclusion, where people with disability feel welcome and appreciated. In 2016 our theme was forward-focused, entitled The Future We Want. Last year we invited artists to share their personal insights, thoughts and feelings through our exhibition Seen and unseen.
Through our artists’ works we observe elements often hidden from society; parts of themselves and their worlds they have chosen to share. Art is a powerful medium for conveying personal truths and perspectives. Art can capture ideas not easily expressed with words, and evoke feelings we didn’t know lay within us. Art can be raw, and it can heal us. And ultimately, art can change people and people can change the world.
Please check back to this page for information on our 2018 exhibition.
Check out some photos from last year’s Seen and unseen exhibition below.