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:

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.

We would like your help to find out more about what goes on both visibly through organisations such as yours, but also ‘under the radar’ in your area, especially in local communities or with groups who are the most marginalised.

The information we gather will be made available to enable wider learning about needs and opportunities, and a better understanding of the access that people have to culture.

What we need from you

The research will take the form of a questionnaire as a starting point, followed by a conversation and possibly a visit to you. All contributing organisations will be credited and fully acknowledged within the work. There will also be an event later this summer to share these findings directly with colleagues from the Arts Council.

Answer the 15 minute questionnaire here:

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Project Art Works are a neurodiverse visual arts collective based in Hastings. Our work is focused on using art to explore the rights and representation of people who are neurodivergent and have complex support needs.


* The South East is one of the nine regions of England; it comprises of Bedfordshire, Berkshire, Bracknell Forrest, Brighton and Hove, Buckinghamshire, Cambridgeshire, East Sussex, Essex, Hampshire, Hertfordshire, the Isle of Wight, Kent, Luton, Medway, Milton Keynes, Norfolk, Oxfordshire, Peterborough, Reading, Slough, Southend-on-Sea, Suffolk, Surrey, Thurrock, West Berkshire, West Sussex, Windsor & Maidenhead and Wokingham.

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