Advancing Anti-ableist Pedagogy Special Interest Group

This is a special event organised by NSEAD and the Centre for Culture and Disability Studies (CCDS)

This Advancing Anti-Ableist Pedagogies Special Interest Group (SIG) explores the relationship between disability and art education. We have excellent speakers joining our SIG and presenting on their work.

Professor David Bolt, Director of the Centre for CCDS, will be giving an introduction to cultural disability studies.

 

Sonia Boué – Postmemory work and neuro-inclusive practice

Sonia is a multiform neurodivergent Anglo-Spanish artist based in the UK. She is also a writer on autism and art, and a consultant for neurodiversity in the arts. She has a significant body of both postmemory work and neuro-inclusive practice-led research

 

Colin Hambrook – Editor Disability Arts Online:  

What do Dada, Punk and Disability Arts have in common?

The art of protest has a spirit and a language embodied in the contradictory message behind We Are Invisible, We Are Visible – the title for a seminal moment in the history of Disability Arts. Thirty-one disabled or neurodivergent artists will stage Dada inspired interventions in 30 museums and galleries across Britain and Northern Ireland on 2 July

 

For more details and how to join the meeting contact Claire: penketc@hope.ac.uk  

 

Date: Tuesday 17th May 2022

Time: 5pm - 6:30pm