Event

10 Dec 2019
When:
Tue 10 December, 2019
To :
Sat 29 February, 2020
Location
Museum of Banat Theresia Bastion
Timisoara
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Exhibition: Captive in my body, adolescent edition human rights and rare diseases 10 December 2019 - 29 February 2020 Museum of Banat Theresia Bastion, Timisoara
Hosted by Childrens Joy Association

Exhibition: Captive in my body, Adolescent edition human rights and rare diseases

The Childrens Joy Association, for people with dystonia’s, both adults and children, organized on December 10, in partnership with the Timisoara High School of Fine Arts, the exhibition Captive in My Body, the second edition, at the Museum of Banat Theresia  Bastion, dedicated to people with Dystonia who struggle with this condition, which are often  marginalized leading  to isolation and discrimination.


The young artists, coordinated by the head teacher Anca Gyemant, were invited to express, through a painting work their vision on the inner beauty of a person. In fact, work since the first edition of the exhibition have been exhibited, respectively from February 28, 2018, where have exhibited artists from Association Romul Ladea  and other artists from Timisoara, Zalau and Sighisoara.

The exhibition is visible at the Museum of Banat Theresia  Bastion, until February 29, 2020, including the International Day of Rare Diseases, which aims to popularize, fight against discrimination and isolation, good integration but also the right to equal opportunities for people with Neuromuscular Dystonia in society.


The Childrens Joy Association is based in city of Timisoara, is visible and involved nationally as a member on the board of the National Alliance for Rare Diseases but also internationally through the European organization as a member of the board of Dystonia Europe through the chair woman  Crainic Catalina.

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