DaDaFest Marks Remembrance Day
DaDaFest is working with artist Faith Bebbington and Royal British Legion to produce a series of wreaths to commemorate servicemen who returned home disabled from World War One and conflicts globally since then.
During and after The First World War disability became more visible within society and a social issue.
In order to create the three wreaths, Faith will be working with local community groups who will be exploring ideas around war and disability.
The wreaths will be laid on Remembrance Day at Faulkner Square, Liverpool, The Cenotaph in Liverpool and Wallasey Mariners’ Park. We invite you to join us to take a moment to remember these individuals and raise awareness of disability.
The project is part of DaDaFest International, a festival of disability and D/deaf art which is taking place at arts venues across Merseyside from 1 November – 8 December.
Event Date: Sunday 11th November – Sunday 11th November 2018
This event has been submitted by the event organiser and is not endorsed by Culture Liverpool or Liverpool City Council. If you have any questions, please direct them to the event organiser.