Two months after its presentation in Sofia, the ethno-photo exhibition of deaf models will be presented in the Plovdiv's Regional Ethnographic Museum. The exposition "In search of sound" will be opened on November 28 (Tuesday), from 5:30 p.m. in the great hall of the museum, locating on "Dr. Stoyan Chomaĸov" 2 Str. 

Twenty-eight photos from the five music photoshoots, which the Alliance NCAC "We hear you" did in partnership with ethno-photographer Assen Velikov in 2022, are included in a photo exhibition, named In Search of Sound. From September 18 to October 2, 2023, the exposition will be posted in the art space of the Sofia Municipality - Open Galeries in the Cristal Garden. 

Over the past year, Alliance National Centre of Alternative Communication “We Hear You” made yet another of its ideas happen. Viber stickers as well as a Viber Channel of the Alliance have been created. The 21 funny stickers inspired by the logo of our specialized website are currently free to download and share.

Specialized website "We Hear You" is hosting the first ever open lesson on Bulgarian folklore dances for deaf and hard-of-hearing people. The event will be taking place with the skillful guidance of Prof. Dr. Anton Andonov, lecturer at the Department of Choreography at the Academy of Music, Dance and Fine Arts, Plovdiv (AMDFA). The place will be provided by Oroteka Sedyanka (Club WePlay, 4th of September 2021).

Dear Readers and Friends of ‘We Hear You’, we are about to celebrate the Site’s jubilee. We’ve organized a unique Event to mark the occasion – a joint exhibition of the 8 deaf artists we’ve told you about through the years in our Art category. The exhibition will be held in Contrast Gallery, Sofia, from 2nd till 4th of November. The Anniversary Event is supported by NGO ‘Dunavsko Siyanie’– Ruse, whose partnership we cherish. That’s going to be one of the most significant points in Sofia’s program of cultural events for the exhibition is the first of its kind to be set up in Bulgaria.

Dear Readers and Friends of ‘We Hear You’, our Site is about to turn 10 years of existence at the end of October. That’s more than enough time for a small path to become a bridge between the hearing and the deaf. To mark the occasion, a video was shot on 10th of August to announce the upcoming event. 

Friday, 29 March 2019 13:43

Our ReNewAl(l)

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Dear Readers, you can sense the excitement of an upcoming anniversary. Children can’t wait to celebrate their birthdays. They anticipate all the emotions and surprises surrounding the event, but the real deal is a birthday is a wonderful occasion to share moments with a good number of friends. The 10th birthday of We Hear You will be celebrated in October, so we’ve started the preparations from the very beginning of the year. Here we are, all grown-up and ready to share more surprises with you. The first surprise will be visible at first sight – the website has a brand new layout. As you know, every transformation starts from the inside.

Friday, 07 December 2018 14:00

On the Bridges of Friendship

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Dear Readers, we are meeting Mirela Ventzislavova once again. You might remember her second solo exhibition by the name “Caressed charms” took place in the Ritual hall of Yambol to mark the World Deaf Day.

Today, 7th of December 2018, a joint exhibition by the name “The Bridges of Friendship” will be hosted at the Exhibition Hall of Ruse at 6PM. Artworks by talented Mirela Ventzislavova and fellow artists Elitsa Kaloyanova (Bulgaria) and Ina Stana Rebigan (Romania) will be on display until the end of December. 


Dear Readers of We Hear You, you might remember last year’s event in Plovdiv devoted to the demonstration of ways of communication with deafblind people. The Norwegian methods sparked the interest of a great deal of people, so they asked to be taught how to use them in practical situations. The National Association of the Deafblind in Bulgaria (NADbBg) won a grant in 2012, which allowed it to host an education event for interpreters of deafblind people. Unfortunately, just five professionals were given the opportunity to learn the alternative ways of communication mentioned above. The number of knowledgeable professionals prepared to work with deafblind people is far from being enough to meet the needs of the deafblind people in Bulgaria. What’s more, they’ve never worked with children before. But this is what’s going to happen now.