Sydney photographer, Belinda Mason's ‘Silent Tears’ was developed in collaboration with its participants who are women with disabilities who have either experienced violence or acquired their disability as a direct result of violence. The complexities of the issues surrounding women with disability and violence cannot be resolved until the reasons surrounding the violence are heard, and this can only be told by those who experience it. The power of this exhibition lies in the hands of those who participate.

Showing now at Sydney University Law Library, people with vision loss as well as people who are Deaf or hard of hearing, can experience this powerful photo exhibition using OpenAccess Tours.

This is a travelling exhibition, please check the exhibition dates for dates and locations.

Dates:  1 March to 20 April 2016

Available OpenAccess Tours options: Auslan, English language captions, audio description. View accessibility options here.

Opening hours: View the opening times

Address: The Herbert Smith Freehills Law Library is on the Camperdown Campus of the University of Sydney, view map here.

Website: www.silenttears.com.au

 

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