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September

Autism and Cinema at The Barbican – Saturday 18 September – Lightsteps, Directed by Kate Adams, will be shown with La Moindre Geste and Scrapbook. Book here.

Autism and Cinema at The Barbican – Tuesday 21 September – The Mask, Directed by Sharif Persaud and Tim Corrigan. Book here.

Autism and Cinema at The Barbican – Thursday 23 SeptemberIlluminating the Wilderness, a Project Art Works film co directed by Kate Adams and Tim Corrigan will be shown with Jigsaw a film by Robina Rose. The screenings will be accompanied by an in conversation with Kate and Robina. Book here.

Turner Prize Exhibition at Herbert Gallery, Coventry, 28 September – 12 January – More information here.

October

Project Art Works at Hastings Contemporary, 8 October – 27 February 2022 – more information coming soon.

Ongoing

Aspirational planning and facilitation for families of people with complex needs

Project Art Works is now offering intensive support for families of people with complex needs as part of the Art Freedom Care programme thanks to funding from Skills for Care, Paul Hamlyn Foundation, and Three Guineas Trust.

Project Art Works will work with you to explore what your hopes and aspirations are.

This might be finding and employing support workers, and training them to support your family member, carry out clinical tasks, and work safely and effectively, so that you can have some respite.

You may wish to undertake a Deputyship so you have greater control and more say in the support and care your family member receives.

Or you want to better understand the complex health and social care structures and legal frameworks so you can choose what kind of care and support is right for you as a family. Find out more.

PATH visual planning tool

(PATH Planning Tool, copyright: Jon Ralphs)

  • Art. Freedom. Care.

    Art. Freedom. Care. is a programme highlighting the creative and social contribution of people with complex needs, families and support workers. The Artist Collective continue studio-based and Studio B digital […]

  • Studio Practice

    Our inclusive studios in Hastings offer specialist visual arts provision for new and existing participants with complex needs, facilitating their creativity through personalised pathways. Artist/makers generally come to the studio […]

  • Art Breaks

    Art Breaks focusses on children and young people with complex needs, alongside their parents, carers and non-learning disabled peers. At creative workshops the children are given the opportunity to work […]

  • Studio B

    Introduced in response to the March 2020 national lockdown, Studio B is a programme that addresses the unique challenges of COVID-19 through digital and community-based creative practice. Working with neurodivergent […]

  • The Support Collective

    As part of the new programme Art Freedom Care we are giving the Peer Support Network a new name. The Support Collective reflects the diversity of voices brought together – […]

  • UNTITLED GALLERY

    GALLERY, PROJECT SPACE & ONLINE PLATFORM. Renovations will shortly begin at 12 Claremont in central Hastings, working towards an inclusive gallery and platform to showcase art from the extensive archive of […]

  • EXPLORERS Project

    EXPLORERS is an innovative programme of art and discourse that challenges perceptions through creating supportive and deeply affecting interactions between neurotypical and non-neurotypical collaborators. EXPLORERS 2021+ We are currently preparing […]

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    Training and events

    What are your training needs? We are developing our next training programme so let Esther Springett know what training you or your support workers would find useful. Aspirational planning and […]

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