Art et al.

Season One

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March 16, 2022 - March 27, 2022

Gallery 11


Art et al.

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An international platform of collaboration featuring neurodivergent, intellectually and learning-disabled artists alongside their contemporary peers.

The exhibition is presented as part of the Australian Government's and British Council's UK/Australia 2021/22 Season, a joint initiative highlighting the depth of cultural connections between the two countries. Celebrating the diversity of cultures and languages in both countries, Art et al. will contribute to the conversation with an international neurodiverse exhibition featuring artists from the UK and Australia including David James, Alasdair McLuckie, Thom Roberts, Cherelle Sappleton, Holly Stevenson, Sandra Lott, Emily Ferretti, Matt Robertson, John Powell-Jones, Nnena Kalu, and Andrew Omoding. 


Season One is presented as part of the UK/Australia Season 2021-22, a major programme of cultural exchange taking place across the two nations. The UK/Australia Season is a joint initiative by the British Council and the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade.


Image: Emily Ferretti, Fountain Collage (1) (detail), 2021, Pencil and Acrylic paint on paper.
Below: Detail of a painting by Eden Kötting, Project Art Works.

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Art et al.

Art et al.

In 2020, founding partners, Arts Project Australia, Slominski Projects, and Jennifer Lauren Gallery, identified a need for more inclusive programming and access in the contemporary arts for neurodivergent, intellectually, and learning disabled artists to be seen, heard, and participate.

As a result, they formed Art et al. – an international platform that connects artists from supported studios with international peers, arts professionals, and audiences. Art et al.’s global collaborations and partnerships result in commissioned critical writing, exhibitions, and original multi-media content. 

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