深圳新闻网2023年11月2日讯（记者 张玲 林恒鑫 钟亚萍 翁任莹 林玟珊 实习生 秦至臻 郑佳怡）在深圳，有一群残疾人艺术家，他们虽然身体残疾，却始终身体力行地为艺术文化传承贡献自己的力量。近日，来自捷克的芭芭拉来到深圳市中心书城“我们都一样”深圳市残疾人文化艺术展，跟非遗手艺人上了一堂特殊的“非遗”课。
In Shenzhen, there is a group of disabled artists, although they are physically disabled, they have always been physically contributing to the art and culture inheritance of their own strength.
On October 25th, Barbora from the Czech Republic and the host Zoe Kim came to the "We are all the same" Shenzhen Disabled People's Culture and Art Exhibition to browse the exhibition and to experience the traditional Chinese non-legacy cultural skills with the disabled artists.
Write "We are all the same" with He Zilong, an armless "oral script" boy from Shenzhen, discuss artistic creation with young autistic artists, make a piece of handmade soap, taste bread and snacks made by people with disabilities, and visit a workshop on "Handicapped Photography", enjoy the photographs filmed by the disabled...Barbara believes that art is more like a language of "barrier-free" communication between people with disabilities, through which we can understand the inner world of people with disabilities, and through which they can experience the mountains, rivers, lakes and oceans that we all see. She was also touched by the "two-way journey" between the city of Shenzhen and the disabled artists.
On October 27th, the 7-day 2023 "We are all the same" Shenzhen Disabled People's Culture and Art Exhibition came to an end, with a total of 200 pieces of non-heritage works, calligraphy and photography works on display. This exhibition has become a hot topic of positive energy in Shenzhen because of the display of non-heritage skills by non-heritage craftsmen with disabilities and the interactive experience they provided.