Vision Australia's Through My Eyes Art Exhibition
The “Through My Eyes” exhibition celebrates “White Cane Day” and low vision and blindness which is held around the world on 15th October each year. White canes have been used as a mobility aid for centuries and come in a number of different shapes and sizes. Some are used to locate hazards, while others are carried so people can signal that they live with some level of vision loss.
The exhibition was open to all artists, and Vision Australia received submissions from across the blind and low vision community.
Each year, Vision Australia works with thousands of adults and kids who are blind or have low vision to enable them to live, work and travel independently.
A number of our low vision and blind community here on the Central Coast and Hunter Regions use art as an important creative expression. We look forward to sharing some of their artistic achievements with you at this event.
(outside Erina Library)
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