Online Webinar “Reframed: Disability Aesthetics and Institutional Change in the Visual Art”

    Join for an online panel discussion about disability in the visual arts featuring artists, curators and arts professionals from across the world. They will explore several key questions including:

    What are the key challenges and opportunities at this moment?
    What are the similarities and differences across Europe and beyond?
    What does best practice look like?
    What are the key initiatives? How do we move forward?

    Date and Time: 
Wednesday, June 26, 3:00 - 5:30pm GMT+1
    This online event comes at a key juncture for discussion of disability in the visual arts. This year’s Crip Arte Spazio (Disability Arts Movement in Venice), an exhibition curated by Shape Arts to coincide with Venice Biennale 2024, has been seen as a watershed moment in the representation of disability arts practice in visual arts. In addition, the Finnish Pavilion is showing work by Jenni-Juulia Wallinheimo-Heimonen, a disabled artist.
    Panel 1 - How do you make institutional change?
    Tony Heaton OBE, Sculptor, UK (panel chair)
    Elinor Morgan, Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art, UK
    Kate Brehme, Curator, Germany
    Sean Lee, Tangled Arts, Canada
    Yvonne Billimore, Artist-Curator, Finland/Scotland
    Panel 2 - Curation and Art - Disability Aesthetics
    Aidan Moesby, Artist/Curator, UK/Norway (panel chair)
    Heather Peak, Artist and CEO/AD of DASH, UK
    Ana Garcia Jacome, Artist, Mexico
    Jenni-Juulia Wallinheimo-Heimonen, Artist, Finland
    Iarlaith Ni Fheorais, Curator, Ireland
    This free event is delivered by the British Council, Disability Arts Online and curated by disabled curator Aidan Moesby.

    To book a free ticket, click here.

    Motif: Jenni-Juulia Wallinheimo-Heimonen How Great is Your Darkness”