Arts, culture and heritage: are deaf people welcome? Nina Thomas In a recent article published online in Frieze, Chris Sharratt asked whether the art world has a problem with disabled people? It was written in response to a twitter thread by Ciara O’Connor discussing her … Continue readingArts, culture and heritage: are deaf people welcome?
Images from Shape Open 2018. The theme was ‘Collective Influence’ Details here: https://www.shapearts.org.uk/Event/shape-open-2018
It was great to be part of the Digital Futures: Hearing Futures panel discussion at the V&A this month. More details below. https://www.vam.ac.uk/event/VGaQ68GZ/digital-futures-hearing-futures-2018
Very pleased to announce Anahita and I will be at the Tate Exchange from the 1st to 4th March with our interactive installation: ‘We interrupt our disappearance’, part of Shape Arts programme of events for ‘Ghosts in the Machine’ Please join us, all welcome… … Continue readingwe interrupt our disappearance
I am now a trustee at Stagetext
Pleased to share that my photography will be featured on Magma 69 ‘Deaf’ issue. Launch in November. Information here: https://magmapoetry.com/issue-69-the-deaf-issue/ Magma 69 ‘Deaf Issue’
History of Place I wrote a blog post for The History of Place project. Description: ‘Nina describes how decisions made at a conference in Milan in 1880 may have harmed the education of deaf children for a century, and describes her own experience of becoming … Continue readingHistory of Place
Buckinghamshire New University join forces with NDACA From 28 February to 2 March 2017 the team of the National Disability Arts Collection and Archive (NDACA), a project delivered by Shape, were in residence at ‘The Gallery’ at Buckinghamshire New University, the host of the NDACA … Continue readingBuckinghamshire New University join forces with NDACA
Who was Miss Violet Eleanor Mills?