As part of the Arts Council funded Explorers Project, Project Art Works have been invited to Sydney to The Big Anxiety Festival.
The Big Anxiety brings together artists, scientists and communities to question and re-imagine the state of mental health in the 21st century. This is the first time the festival has taken place and will run between September and November.
Project Art Works will feature in the Neurodiverse City programme with a film installation by Kate Adams, Director, and her son Paul as well as hosting a seminar on radical inclusiveness.
Explorers Project is a three year programme of art and conversation in partnership with cultural organisations across the UK and in Australia. Taking place against a backdrop of increased hardship and intolerance toward disabled people, the aim 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.
For more information about The Big Anxiety Festival please visit thebiganxiety.org.
For more information on the Explorers Project please visit explorersproject.org.