Spectrum - European Project
Although the UK has now formally left the EU, and most of the continent is in lockdown, we are continuing to work with partners across Europe to ensure that people with autism enjoy the same rights to access public museums as everyone else. For the next 18 months we are taking part in Spectrum, sharing ideas with teams from Poland, Belgium, Spain, Italy and Portugal and, at some stage, hosting a visit to show how we support people with autism make the most of London’s museums. Spectrum is funded by the Erasmus+ European Union Youth In Action Programme.
London’s history is littered with social, economic and political crises, that have a psychological impact upon the people living through them.
Our Heritage Short Breaks help families with a child with autism spend time away from their home environment...
The project brought together a group of multidisciplinary British artists...
We spend a lot of time at the V&A helping people with complex needs find creative inspiration.
Although the UK has now formally left the EU, and most of the continent is in lockdown...
For Man and the Machine, the group met on a weekly basis, the first work was taking photographs of artefacts and images at the Natural History Museum, the Science Museum, the British Museum and the V&A Museum.
The project brought together a group of multidisciplinary British artists to create original pieces based on the theme of wealth and poverty, a thousand years from the monarchy to democracy, in London’s history.