Neurodiverse communities benefit from creative collaboration with artists, curators and galleries, but how does collaborative action help us to mutual understanding? Why is an awareness and understanding of neurodiversity important for curators and exhibition programmers? And how can curatorial programming become more inclusive to accommodate this?
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The seminar is aimed at neurotypical and neurodiverse artists and makers, curators, cultural education/engagement professionals, care agencies, cultural, health and social care policy makers; and anyone interested in new ways of thinking about diversity and the different ways in which we perceive and inhabit the world.
We will also reflect on the first year of the EXPLORERS Project, an innovative programme of art and discourse that is creating relevant and supportive interactions between neurotypical and neurodiverse collaborators by those partners and collaborators involved.
This event has been developed by Project Art Works in collaboration with Autograph ABP.
Guest speakers to be announced soon.
Find out more about Explorers Project at explorersproject.org.