Join Project Art Works at MK Gallery on Thursday 23 May, 14.30 – 17.30 for an afternoon of nuerodiverse interventions throughout the gallery including film, a collaborative drawing workshop, talks and tours.
Collaborative Drawing Workshop
14:30 – 16:30, public drop in, MK Gallery and the Learning Studio
Join Project Art Works for a collaborative drawing workshop connecting MK Gallery’s new building to the Event Space. This workshop will take place outside so please come prepared in case of bad weather.
Sensory Venue Tours
MK Gallery Foyer
Explore the unique qualities of the MK Gallery building through all the senses, on these artist-led experiential venue tours. These events are suitable for individuals with profound and multiple learning disabilities (PMLD) or autistic spectrum conditions, their family or support workers. Limited capacity, spaces bookable upon RSVP to Bethany (see below).
Illuminating the Wilderness film discussion
16.15 – 17.30, Event Space
Join talks and conversations with Project Art Works artists and filmmakers Kate Adams and Tim Corrigan who will lead a verbal and nonverbal conversation with those featured in the film about how it was made and the exhibition, Illuminating the Wilderness. Chaired by MK Gallery.
Free. Pre-booking essential. Parents and/or Support Workers are also required to book.
Contact: Bethany Mitchell [email protected] or call 01908 676900.
900 Midsummer Blvd
Milton Keynes MK9 3QA
About EXPLORERS Project
MK Gallery are one of the organisations collaborating in EXPLORERS, a three year programme of inclusive cultural actions and partnerships nationally and internationally led by Project Art Works. The project is culminating in 2019 with a year-long programme of exhibitions, installations and new cultural commissioning models that place neurodiverse communities, artists and makers at the heart of civic and cultural life.
Find out more explorersproject.org.
About Project Art Works
Project Art Works is an artist-led organisation that collaborates with people who have complex needs, their families, carers and the systems and services that impact on their lives.
Find out more projectartworks.org.