Creative Minds has been a gradual exercise in reinventing the conference. Key notes and Q&As, written records and formal spaces: these aren’t the most conducive to facilitating a truly inclusive conversation. Organised by a steering group comprised of nine young people with learning disabilities and seven without, Creative Minds Midlands ditched the last vestiges of […]
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How would I get an audience for a learning disabled show? What can learning disabled artists do to make sure people see their work?
Have you ever challenged anybody after being discriminated against?
What did you find difficult about becoming an artist or performer? How can we all learn new skills together? Are there any other barriers that you, as a learning disabled artist or performers, had to overcome?
How can Arts Council England make the process of applying for a grant for the arts more accessible?
How can doing arts create a more inclusive society?
What are the challenges galleries face to show art work by learning disabled artist? How can learning disabled artists approach galleries? Email, in person or other ways?
Where do you currently perform your work? What venues are you performing in? Where would you like your next piece to be seen or heard?