ACE Inclusive Practice Research

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Project Art Works have been commissioned by Arts Council South East to conduct research to discover the current activity of inclusive practice in the South East region. Are you currently offering space for this activity? Please complete the survey here: surveymonkey.com/r/ACEInclusivePractice About the research This research project will discover and map the creative activity that happens for people in the South East* area of England who consider themselves, or who are identified as neurodivergent, D/deaf or disabled.

Art Breaks Summer

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Join Project Art Works for our Art Breaks sessions this Summer. Art Breaks focusses on children and young people with complex needs, alongside their parents, carers and siblings. This summer sessions will be split across St Mary’s School in Bexhill and Project Art Works studio in Hastings. 13th, 14th and 15th August at St Mary’s 20th, 21st and 22nd August at Project Art Works There are two sessions per day, 10.

Lammas Land Haystack

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Haystacks are a series of gatherings about rural undercurrents and practices in urban settings, set up by Kathrin in her home town London May 2013. Haystacks paused during the pandemic, and are restarting with the 2024 Lammas Land Haystack. Haystacks have no fixed location. Previous haystacks are listed here. /|\///|\\\///|||\\\\///\/\\//|\\\//|\\//\\||//|\\

The Artists’ Fair 2024

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Kate Adams will be taking part in a panel discussion at The Artists’ Fair 2024 at Somerset House on Saturday 1st June. The fair includes an artist-led market and programme of panel talks, facilitating an informal space for artists and audiences to engage. The panel that Kate will be taking part in discusses Inclusion and the Accessible Working with Studios Resident Alexandrina Hemsley, Artist, curator, & d/Deaf activist Hannah Wallis.

Visite guidée de l'exposition PEINDRE LA PAIX

Visite guidée de l'exposition PEINDRE LA PAIX en marge de l'ouverture de la phase nationale du Dialogue inter-maliens, par le Président de la Transition, le Premier Ministre, le Président du Conseil National de Transition, le Président du Comité de Pilotage du Dialogue Inter-Maliens, et des membres du gouvernement. La visite a été guidée par Mamou Daffé, Président de la Fondation Festival sur le Niger. Bravo aux artistes !

Vernissage de l'exposition PEINDRE LA PAIX

Vernissage de l'exposition PEINDRE LA PAIX avec la remise de prix aux lauréats et la présentation de la création musicale SYMPHONIE POUR LA PAIX ce samedi 4 mai au Musée national du Mali, sous le haut parrainage du Président et du Comité de Pilotage du Dialogue inter-maliens en présence du Ministre de la culture, du Président de la Fondation Festival sur le Niger, des membres du Comité de Pilotage, des artistes et acteurs culturels.

Provoke to think

The book that won’t be written Más Arte Más Acción (MAMA) has been reflecting on its past and future. We intended to write a book about it, but instead came up with a card game using some of the words, phrases and questions harvested from our many conversations. It seemed like a good way to open up our reflections to others, to move away from an introspective process towards sharing in a more open space.

Cosmology of Care CC

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Currently in exhibition as part of Residential at Copenhagen Contemporary, April – December 2024, are Kate Adams’ Cosmology of Care. Cosmology of Care asks audiences to consider: What is freedom to you? Are you confronted with barriers in your everyday life? Are you dependent on others to do the things you want to do in life? Image: Cosmology of Care, Kate Adams, 2023 In the work Cosmology of Care, Project Art Works’ artist Kate Adams, visualizes the possibilities and barriers of social care systems that many individuals and families rely upon.

Exhibition Supported Studio

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In 2019 Project Art Works held our exhibition llluminating the Wilderness at Tate Liverpool as part of the Explorers Project. Along side a new film, the space was split into an exhibition and workshop space demonstrating our supported studio practice. An evolving installation of artwork made in collaboration with neurodiverse people and groups from Social Care organisations across Merseyside included Natural Breaks, Mencap Sefton, Options for Supported Living, Blue Room, and Thingwall Resource Centre hung in the space.

Blue Rider residency with Tate

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In February 2024 Project Art Works held a residency in our newly refurbished Trinity Hall. The residency was a commission by Tate Modern as part of Expressionists: Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider. Visit us on the Tate website here. To connect artists and studio workshops to the works of Expressionists: Kandinsky, Münter and The Blue Rider we set-up an environmental installation at our studio base in Hastings, using colour fields of blue, white and black, projections of paintings and environmental images we felt might stimulate imagination and connection to the works of Der Blaue Reiter.

Press Release: Copenhagen Contemporary

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Copenhagen Contemporary is opening a unique group show redefining collaborative art practice and paving new ways for improved visibility, accessibility and representation Download press material here: https://copenhagencontemporary.org/presse/ On 27 April, Copenhagen Contemporary opens its doors to exploratory exhibition created by Project Art Works. For more than 25 years, this British artists’ collective has spearheaded collaborative art practice with neurodivergent people, inviting visitors to participate in brand new ways of co-creation and reflection.