One collective of neurodiverse artists and makers, Project Art Works celebrates different forms of art through collaborative practice with, for and by neurominorities. Shortlisted for the Turner Prize, members of the collective discuss their love for creativity.Read More
The BBC’s Director of Creative Diversity, June Sarpong is trailblazing diversity in the media, she spoke to Lorne Gillies about the attitudes she is hardwiring.
Using art as an emotional outlet during lockdown, one young boy from Sunderland has turned his passion for art and aviation into a successful book; all whilst raising money for Armed Forces charities.
A new Liberty fund has been announced by mayor of London, Sadiq Khan, for arts and digital programmes created by D/deaf and disabled artists and organisations in the capital.
Head2Head Sensory Theatre, are a specialist theatre charity for disabled people and their families, is set to present two new online shows, sure to keep everyone entertained over Easter.
Held annually on the first Thursday of March, World Book Day is committed to getting every child and young person a book of their own.
The Limbless Association, a charity supporting amputees across the UK, is launching AmpLAfy: a podcast series to raise awareness of the issues faced by people living with limb loss.