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Art et al. X 2021-22

Date 01.09.2021 - 01.03.2022 Add to calendar
Location Arts Project Australia Gallery, Collingswood Yards, 35 Johnston St, VIC 3066, Australia
Date 01.09.2021 - 01.03.2022 Add to calendar
Location Cromwell Place, 4 Cromwell Pl, South Kensington, London SW7 2JE

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Art et al. X 2021–22 is a series of innovative curatorial projects and inclusive programming featuring neurodivergent, intellectually and learning disabled artists internationally. Releasing a selection of virtual/in-person curatorial projects and opportunities, as well as exhibitions in Melbourne and London to further embed neurodiversity within contemporary art.

Overview

Art et al. X 2021–22 is a series of innovative curatorial projects and inclusive programming featuring neurodivergent, intellectually and learning disabled artists internationally.

Art et al. X 2021–22 will release a selection of virtual and in-person curatorial projects and opportunities from September 2021.

The series aims to further develop the practices of neurodivergent, intellectually and learning disabled artists in the UK and Australia.

Central to Art et al. X 2021-22 are two international in-person exhibitions in Melbourne and London. These neurodiverse exhibitions will include British and Australian artists featured on the Art et al. platform, including past peer to peer collaborations.

About the artist

Art et al. is an international platform that connects artists from supported studios with their international peers, arts professionals and audiences.

It promotes inclusion, access and equal pay in the arts for neurodivergent, intellectually and learning disabled artists. Formed to expand the scope, role and definition of contemporary art, it does this through its global collaborations and partnerships.

Art et al. was conceived and developed by Arts Project Australia, Slominski Projects and Jennifer Lauren Gallery in partnership with Australia Council for the Arts.

Slominski Projects is a leading international curatorial platform and consultancy, with an interest in neurodiversity and self-taught practices in a contemporary art context.

Jennifer Lauren Gallery is a highly respected UK-based gallery that champions, exhibits and shares voices from international self-taught, disabled and overlooked artists who create works outside the formal art world.

Project Credits

  • Art et al. is supported by Arts Project Australia, Jennifer Lauren Gallery, Slominski Projects, Australia Council for the Arts, and the Aesop Foundation, in partnership with Cromwell Place, London; and with special thanks to Katrina Schwarz.

    Arts Project Australia is supported by the Australian Government and the British Council as part of the UK/Australia Season.

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