Exhibition Testimonials

October 2019

What was your favourite part of the exhibition?

  • “Some of the recent adverts. How were they signed off?”
  • “The photograph portraits on BAME mental health”
  • “Very visually stimulating”

Did you learn something new?

  • “The banners on the old tv programmes, i didn’t know about any of these”
  • “I learnt the concept of histeria used as a way to diminish feminism”
  • “That a musician continued to write music even after he went deaf”

 

What did you find interesting?

  • “The photos. You have such a wide range of content”
  • “Photos of real stories and the suggested list of films to watch”
  • “Alexander Paul and the German actress who changed her skin colour, this sparked an interesting conversation”
  • “All of it, thank you”

July 2019

What was your favourite part of the exhibition?

  • “The LGBT posters and information”
  • “Having different levels covering differing topics. Variety in videos and reading material”
  • “LGBT exhibits”

Did you learn something new?

  • “Trying out the wheelchair was very challenging”
  • “Facts and figures of subjects that are not widley talked about”
  • “Yes and clarity on some things that I thought I knew
  • “YES”

What did you find interesting?

  • “The poetry of Alexander Paul”
  • “Reading the information which is not necessarily widely available for people to access”
  • “All of it”

June 2019

What was your favourite part of the exhibition?

  • “The exhibition was very personable which explained the cause very well”
  • “The basement exhibition on disability”
  • “Walking blindfolded guided by 2 friends”
  • “Experiences of equality”
  • “The wheelchair activity”

Did you learn something new?

  • “Yes I learnt to respect other peoples perspectives”
  • “I didn’t realise how frustrating it would be to be deaf”
  • “Yes, too many new things”
  • “Yes, a lot. Migration happened for reasons other than I already knew about”
  • “Yes, show more appreciation of people facing physical, mental and racial challenges”

What did you find interesting?

  • “I found the topic on mental health really enlightening”
  • “The interactive stuff”
  • “The 5th floor about racial discrimination”
  • “Navigating the wheelchair was a chore and a half. I have more respect for people in wheelchairs”

April 2019

What was your favourite part of the exhibition?

  • “The interactive parts of the exhibition were great”
  • “I enjoyed the photographs looking at mental health and some of the idea which this part of the exhibition is bringing into the foreground”
  • The experience of using the wheel chair”

Did you learn something new?

  • “How dyslexia actually affects my students. A greater understanding of how disabilities affect people daily and how restrictive it can be both physically and emotionally”
  • “That contraception came after abortion. That women’s inheritance would go to their husband”
  • “The extreme lengths and sacrifices that women have made to achieve their goals”
  • I learnt that in the 1800’s – 1900’s lots of women were singled out of things”
  • Coping with being in a wheel chair and having no sight”

What did you find interesting?

  • “The progression made in women’s rights and how this has impacted the future for all”
  • “The women’s rights facts and learning a little about what it would feel like to be disabled”
  • “Seeing the history of women’s equality from 1860 onwards”
  • “I found the activity about being deaf interesting”
  • “The whole exhibition was very interesting”

 

 

 

Thank you Centric, landlords, and everyone who’s played a part in establishing this fantastic community resource in Brighton. You’ve made a crucial difference to the development of our charity and the health and well-being of a large number of people in need

Gary Pargeter
Project Manager Lunch Positive