Working with museums and galleries
Architecture-InsideOut has generated much interest from museums and galleries, which are often looking for innovative and creative ways of engaging with disability. Through events involving disabled and Deaf artists in responding to their spaces and its diverse participants has helped educators and curators from this sector engage more fully with their audiences. It is also helping AIO develop our ideas and approaches to built space in a creative and supportive environment.
Collaborate with us...
If you are interested in collaborating in the hosting of an event related to disability and architecture please get in touch. Architects who have participated to date include:
- Anne Thorne Architects
- Ash Sakula Architects
- AOC (Agents of Change)
- Sarah Wigglesworth Architects
- Matthew Lloyd Architects
- Avanti Architects
- HLM Architects
- Robert Barnes Architects
See below for a list of events to date...
AIO - envisoning the future
On 30th January 2009, Architecture -InsideOut invited some key people to an all day workshop at the Arts Council England headquarters in London to explore our next steps. We are now writing an action plan for our next 5 years of activities.
Tate Modern celebration and debate, October 2008
Architecture-InsideOut was at Tate Modern again, on the evening of Monday 20th October 2008. This time, about 90 people came to see and celebrate work to date; and to help us to explore what AIO should be doing in the future. For further information please contact us.View images of the event
Lightbox artists-architects workshop, June 08View Lightbox Gallery
Tate Modern artists-architects workshop, May 2008
Our first design charrette - Opening Up 1! - was held at Tate Modern on Saturday 10th May 2008. Eight teams of two artists and two architects took part in this intensive, one day design workshop, making interventions into the Turbine Hall and associated spaces.View Tate Modern Gallery
InQbate artists' workshop, April 2008
Our first 'creating spaces' workshops for invited deaf and disabled artists were held at the InQbate Creativity Zone, University of Sussex, on the 10th and 11th April 2008. Artists responded to the brief: "A space where two people meet".View InQbate Gallery
Visit our blog
If you would like to add a comment or join in the debate, visit our blog run by disabled artist, Caroline Cardus.Go to the blog