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photo of an oblong piece of paper, one of hundreds, suspended high in the air from a wire

Jon Adams suspended hundreds of fragments from rail timetables across the Dome foyer. Photo by Jon Pratty/dao

Accentuate was launched on December 3 2009 at the Dome, Brighton, with a sparkle of disability arts excellence from South-East based performers and artists. Colin Hambrook summarises some of the discussion that took place on the day.

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a male performer dressed in black lies on a white floor surface, his hands around his head

Signdance Collective performed 'Here' at the Accentuate launch. Photo (c) Jon Pratty/dao

Accentuate was launched on December 3 2009 at the Dome, Brighton, with a sparkle of disability arts excellence from South-East based performers and artists. Colin Hambrook summarises some of the discussion that took place on the day.

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artwork showing a series of cogs including a wheelchair symbol

Accentuate poster artwork by Caroline Cardus

Accentuate was launched on December 3 2009 at the Dome, Brighton, with a sparkle of disability arts excellence from South-East based performers and artists. Colin Hambrook summarises some of the discussion that took place on the day.

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Accentuate was launched on December 3 2009 at the Dome, Brighton, with a sparkle of disability arts excellence from South-East based performers and artists. Colin Hambrook summarises some of the discussion that took place on the day.

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two panelists at the launch of accentuate

Mat Fraser and Danny Crates on the panel of the Accentuate launch debate. Photo (c) Sarah Pickthall

Accentuate was launched on December 3 2009 at the Dome, Brighton, with a sparkle of disability arts excellence from South-East based performers and artists. Colin Hambrook summarises some of the discussion that took place on the day.