Now more than ever artists and institutions are looking to the web, digital devices, and innovative software to support their creative output and reach broader audiences. What will this mean for how art is both created and exhibited? Will technology expand professional opportunities for artists with disability? And will the tech solutions implemented by cultural organisations during the COVID crisis remain relevant in a post-COVID world?
Join us for this FREE online panel discussion as we speak to UK artist, Jason Wilsher-Mills, whose transition from traditional to digital painting, and eventually augmented reality has brought recognition to his practice, leading ultimately to being awarded the 2020 Adam Reynolds prize in the UK. We also speak to Susannah Thorne (Access Coordinator at Museum of Contemporary Art Australia) about how the closure of the MCA during the COVID crisis has lead to innovative ways of sharing art work online, engagement with new diverse audiences, and its impact on the accessibility of the MCA's events and collection post-COVID.
by Deaf and/or disabled artists
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Arts Development and Training Manager