Join Project Art Works for a two-day event to mark the culmination of three years of EXPLORERS, putting neurodiverse artists and makers at the centre of the conversation.
Be part of a collaborative, inclusive and progressive event examining rights, institutional empathy and how to support and nurture more diverse practice in contemporary visual art.
Confirmed contributions include:
– Artists from ActionSpace (London), Project Art Works (Sussex)
– Sir Peter Bazalgette – writer and broadcaster
– Moira Sinclair – Chief Executive, Paul Hamlyn Foundation
– Joanna Grace – The Sensory Projects
Partners and contributing organisations also include:
Arts Council England, Autograph, Challenging Behaviour Foundation, De La Warr Pavilion, Fabrica, MK Gallery, Outside In, Phoenix Art Space, Photoworks, Tate Liverpool Explorers art and social care consortium, UNSW Institute for Experimental Arts, Museum of Contemporary Arts Australia
In the final year of EXPLORERS,
a three year project led by Project Art Works, we reflect on what has
changed, what needs to be done to achieve greater equality in visual
This event is aimed at curators, arts commissioners and professionals, academics and artists working across socially engaged fields such as rights, education and health, and those working in the social care sector and neurodiverse communities – regardless of what stage you are at in your career or practice. If you have any specific access requirements please contact Project Art Works by emailing email@example.com or call 01424 423555 before booking your place.
Project Art Works, MK Gallery and CVAN South East are committed to making this event as accessible as possible including the cost to attend. If you have a restricted budget please take advantage of the lower cost ticket, and if you are able to give a bit more please book the full price ticket. There are limited number of subsidised tickets available so please contact Project Art Works (01424 423555) for more information if cost of attending is a barrier and they support where possible.
Taking place against a backdrop of increased hardship and intolerance toward disabled people, the aim of EXPLORERS is to develop positive relationships between cultural organisations and the social care sector and to reposition people who have complex needs at the forefront of mainstream culture. The programme led by Project Art Works is taking place with multiple partners and galleries including Autograph, Fabrica, De La Warr Pavilion, MK Gallery, National Institute for Experimental Arts UNSW, Photoworks and Tate Liverpool.
The EXPLORERS project is supported by the Arts Council Ambition for Excellence Programme and the Paul Hamlyn Foundation. www.explorersproject.org
About Project Art Works
Project Art Works is an artist-led organisation that makes and promotes art as a means of connection with and for people with complex needs. They collaborate with neurodiverse communities, galleries, health and social care agencies to promote inclusion in civic and cultural life. projectartworks.org
About CVAN South East
A network of organisations across the visual arts sector in the South East of England, Contemporary Visual Arts Network South East works together to create a stronger visual arts ecology for the region. cvansoutheast.com