Art education and disability studies is increasingly becoming a space for rich collaborations. This twilight session will be led by artist Saranjit Birdi
About this event
In this session artist Saranjit Birdi will reflect on his artistic practice and development of the concept ‘thisability’. Saranjit will lead us through an exploration of the body as a drawing tool.
“I created the concept of ‘Thisability’ in 2010 whilst exploring drawing with different parts of the body and its use in rehabilitation for people with impaired movement, it is literally the sense of 'being' ". Saranjit Birdi
See more of Saranjit Birdi’s work here
Date: Tuesday 21st June
Time: 4pm – 5:30pm
In September we will host a follow up session, with Dr Claire Penketh. In her follow up session,, Claire will invite us to engage with the aims the Special Interest Group for Advancing Anti-ableist Pedagogy, formed in a collaboration with NSEAD and the Centre for Culture and Disability Studies. Date TBC
This course is part of the NSEAD Annual Conference programme – find out more and register here
Ask your school to cover the cost of this CPD with our pro forma funding request document for this event.