Art et al.

Who Are We Now: Digital Existence, Identity + Collaboration

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March 27, 2022
- 2 p.m.

Gallery 11


Art et al.

An informal panel discussion reflecting on creativity and connectedness during Covid.

Following an overview of Art et al. from one of its co-founders, the panelists will share their experiences participating in an Art et al. collaboration and how their digital experience may have informed their wider practice, perceptions about disability, as well as a larger discussion on how Covid has changed us and our opportunities.

Panelists include artists Cherelle Sappleton, John Powell-Jones, Billy Mann from Submit to Love Studios, and curator/researcher Stella Sideli.

Image: Cherelle Sappleton in collaboration Thom Roberts, Who is Woody Tiger (detail), 2021

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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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