Friday, 26 June 2015

Public Transport this Weekend

There are some engineering works taking place this weekend which may affect journeys to Royal Holloway and the Victoria and Albert Museum. We recommend you check the Transport for London website:


Our first delegates arrive at Royal Holloway today! We look forward to meeting you soon.

Friday, 19 June 2015

Facebook and Twitter

We now have a facebook page where you can share questions and comments about the conference. Like us here.
Over on twitter we will be live-tweeting and answering questions using #Blind Creations.

Wednesday, 17 June 2015

Registration Closes Friday 19th

If you would like to attend the conference, please register by Friday June 19th.

Friday, 12 June 2015

'Too Big to Feel' lands at Royal Holloway

The image (photo by Ruth Cruickshank) shows 18 giant concrete domes laid out to spell a phrase in Grade 2 (contracted) Braille on a grassy slope in front of the Founders' Building, Royal Holloway, University of London. Seventeen of the domes are painted white, and one is red.

Blind artist David Johnson has created a spectacular, tactile, outdoor installation at Royal Holloway. The art work, which is part of both the Blind Creations conference and the Great Charter Festival, is a stunning celebration of the creative power of blindness which calls for equal rights for disabled people. Read more about all the art works on show during Blind Creations here and click here for a blog post describing how David installed the piece, with photo and video..

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

Two conference delegates featured on BBC Two's See Hear

On Wednesday June 3rd at 8:15 am BST, two of our presenters, Riitta Lahtinen and Russ Palmer, will feature on BBC Two's monthly Deaf magazine programme, See Hear. View a clip from the programme here.