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  • No, me neither.

  •  In the past fame was a bi product of a person or group having some kind of talent. These days fame has become a product in itself, to be consumed. Like bubblegum or chocolate , like a bubblegum John Lennon.

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  • HI Amanda, I'm not sure if this is the place to respond to general comments? HI I'm 51 and come from Wolverhampton. I now live in Walsall. I've had Tourettes since about age 5 so have always been a bit different. I've always liked and practised art on and off throughout my life. Since giving up the booze 6 years ago I've been steadily relearning art. Your question was about inclusion. I ask myself,  Do I feel as if I have been side lined because of my disabilities? Maybe more that I find it hard to make art because of anxiety and depression. I may find it harder to reach out to people or organisations to further my public profile. But I am quite driven. I do most of my contacting online which is usefull if you are socially phobic. SO for those that cannot afford the internet or get computer access they may well find it hard to reach out to others. Hope that gets the ball rolling. :-)

  • Welcome to Celf A'r Gymuned/Art and Community Al.  You are our first member!  Could you tell us a little bit about yourself and your interest in art and social inclusion please?  It would be great to find out more about you if that's OK.

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