ABOUT:

In 2016, I started a project called CONQUERED! Originally inspired by those throughout my life telling me "you can’t do that, it’s impossible for someone with your disability"; this is an ongoing diary-style series of photographs, videos, and writings following my challenges, adventures, and life as a disabled artist, doing all of those things. CONQUERED aims to raise public awareness of disability, confront stereotypes, and show how everyone - no matter what their ability or disability - can enjoy the outdoors, travel off the beaten track, and achieve their goal. The term "disability" should never be confused with "inability"; it’s not that we cannot do things, just that we sometimes need to innovate, take a different approach to "the norm", and do them in a different way.

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Commencing 2018, CHALLENGE is a continuation of CONQUERED, but from a slightly different perspective - the CONQUERED project will continue, but this time, I’m also looking for YOUR input. I would like to know what you all want to see. I want to be challenged, but I also want to educate. So, if you’ve always wondered how I do certain things, or simply have a burning question, I want to hear from you. I will do my best to conquer all challenges given, and answer any questions; all I ask in return is a pledge to my project "Fur, Feathers, & Wild Endeavours: Africa". Challenges can be as ridiculous or daring as you like. The aim is to raise awareness and show that having a disability does not mean you are restricted in life. 

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**All accepted challenges will receive an (optional) unmounted mini art print as thank you for their participation.

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THE RULES:

    1. To send a challenge, click “Submit A Challenge”. I will be in contact via email, and either accept or decline your challenge. Depending 

       on the difficulty, I may agree to the challenge in return for a more reasonable pledge.

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    2. Upon witnessing the "evidence" that I have completed the challenge (submitted in the News section as a video &/or photo, depending on 

       the challenge), you must donate the pledged amount to Project Africa, and where possible, share the post to your social media wall 

       (Facebook / Twitter / Instagram, etc) with any or all of the following hashtags…

 #LippyArt #ChallengeLippy #LippyConquered #LippyFFWE

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    3. All accepted challenges will receive an (optional) A5 Print as thank you for their participation (mark your preference in the form); this print 

       will be dispatched once the pledged donation to  is received. Prints will be randomly selected unless specified. Image choices are subject 

       to availability.

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    4. Challenges can be anything at all (within reason) - fun, daring, or maybe you're just curious how I do certain things? That said, PLEASE be 

       respectful, only send serious challenges / questions, and only pledge what you can afford.

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    5. Please be aware that this challenge is being done to fundraise. Any cost to do these challenges will be coming out of LippyArt's personal 

        budget; consequently, if your challenge costs me more than £20 to achieve, I will only agree to it if you're willing to pay for it in addition 

        to your donation pledge. 

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    6. Due to personal restrictions regarding my disability and other commitments, no time limits will be placed upon any of the challenges. 

       If accepted, they will be done as and when I am able to do them.

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    7. Sharing this page to your personal Facebook (or other Social Media) wall would be much appreciated.

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Let the fun commence!

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