Project Art Works embrace art and neurodiversity

Walking with Dinosaurs, by Michelle Roberts, at Project Art Works

London College of Communication (LCC) MA Documentary Film Course Leader and  film-maker Pratap Rughani has contributed a chapter to a new book and a film to an anthology by Project Art Works in partnership with Tate Britain. Project Art Works conduct a wide range of visual art based projects with people who have profound intellectual disability and multiple impairments.

The Anthology showcases and celebrates 15 years of Project Art Works’ actions and achievements with contributions from writers, academics and critics covering a wide spectrum of ideas that embrace art, social care, video art and the experience of living with neurological impairment.

The book launches tomorrow,  31 October, at Tate Britain, 2.30-5.30pm in the Clore Foyer and Auditorium. And Pratap will there to there to speak to students interested in film in this area.

Students can RSVP to alison@projectartworks.org . Putting “Student Event 31/10/12, 2.30-5.30″ as the subject.

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