Through the work of visual artists Danielle Sheehy and Isabella Dogliani, this event explores the ways dyslexia impacts the lives of roughly 10% of the population. Alphabet Soup is a celebratory arts exhibition that highlights the achievements of neurodiverse and dyslexic people. Bringing together artists and experts in the field, Alphabet Soup explores dyslexia through art, audio and an educational panel.
Audio Description of Event
On Friday 8 April, there will be a panel discussion facilitated by Isabella Dogliani (producer), featuring Sascha Roos (dyslexia specialist and author), Stuart Neilson (artistic statistician), Shauna Hill (Disability Advisor/Assistant Psychologist), Tom ‘Tucker’ Mulcahy (music educator), and Danielle Sheehy (artist). Tickets are free and can be booked here
Alphabet Soup - Art Work
A collection of images and audio clips of dyslexic people in Cork will be exhibited
To access the full collection of audio clips, click here.
To see the full collection of images, visit here.
An example of work by Danielle Sheehy
Danielle and Sascha will be speaking about some of Danielle’s illustrations at the panel talk on the 9th April.
- Cork City Library
- LifeLong Learning Festival
A sincere thank you to all of the amazing dyslexics who were photographed and have taken part in the project.