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are delighted that
has been short listed for the International DaDaAwards in the 'Arts Award' category for her artistic achievements during the last year and specifically for her work with
The International DaDaAwards celebrate excellence in the work of deaf and disabled artists. They are currently held every year as part of DaDaFest and the awards will be presented at a prestigious evening dinner event held on 3 December at the Hilton Liverpool, coinciding this year with International Day of Disabled People and 1000 days until the opening of the Paralympic Games in London in 2012.
The shortlisted selection for the 'Arts Award' category is now open to a public vote through online voting or postal votes. If you are interested in finding out more information about the DaDaAwards or to vote for
Rachel Gadsden and
Parliamentary Outreach in the 'Arts Award' category, please visit the
DaDa website and follow the instructions below:
Alternatively, postal votes can be sent to: DadaAwards, DaDa Disability and Deaf Arts, The Bluecoat, School Lane, Liverpool, United Kingdom, L1 3BX. The closing date for votes is Tuesday 1 December at 5pm.
For further information, please contact Rebecca Fawcett at
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