Transformation: discovering the strengths of dyslexia

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Event schedule details

Sunday 18 June

15.30-15.45

Event location details

The Globe, Gallery 4, Europe 1600-1815 galleries

V&A

Despite her best efforts, Eury Caldwell struggled in school while growing up. Hear how a dyslexia diagnosis powered her self-discovery and growth to her full potential.

Eury is an alumni of Imperial College London’s Agents of Change programme

Story Lounge talks

One individual, one stage in the round and 15 minutes to tell their personal tale of awe and wonder. Grab a cushion, get comfortable and listen to stories from a range of interesting people working in the arts and sciences from up and down Exhibition Road. Drop by to hear about uncovering something new and following your own path, an awe-inspiring moment in someone’s life which changed the direction of their career, or just a funny story about why they do what they do. 

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Visitor information

These talks are drop-in.

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Event categories

  • Adults
  • Talks and tours
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