Artists with learning disabilities launch Jamaica exhibition

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Artists with learning disabilities launch Jamaica exhibition

An exhibition displaying more than 80 works by artists with learning disabilities and autism opens in south London tonight. Users of Lambeth and Southwark Mencap were inspired to put pen to paper following a cultural trip to Jamaica. The show runs at Platform Southwark until Sunday 16 July with a number of free art workshops for people with learning disabilities.

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