Neurodiversity in Albertopolis

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Three faces and a hand are shown as simple line drawings across the frame. A peach-coloured organic shape is in the background. Text reads: "Improvisation through drawing with Quona Rankin / 20.01.21, 4-5:30pm GMT"
Illustration: Roland Ross

Critic/Curator Panel – Helen Ralli and David Manley with Roland Ross

Date and Time

29 July 2020, 18.00 – 19.00 BST





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Who is allowed to produce culture?

Recent events have forced our arts institutions to ask some difficult questions regarding who their audiences are? Who is controlling what gets seen? and where does the work on display come from? this round table discussion seeks to ask; how can we adapt these environments for art production and dissemination to make them more inclusive of different people and how can we create something completely new that supports and includes a variety of different abilities in every level of its design and operation?

Hart Club

Hart Club is an organisation founded in 2018 that is dedicated to championing neurodiversity in the Arts. Based from a project space in SE1 that includes a gallery, ceramics studio and print studio. We work with various charities and organisations to spotlight artists who think, communicate and create differently. This includes artists with disabilities, dementia, brain injury, autism and other neurological variations. Hart Club celebrates diversity and inclusion – striving to gain creative and financial recognition for the artists we work with and in doing so building confidence, community and wellbeing.