Monday - Friday (11.00am - 5.00pm). Access for All early/ late opening hours: 5-7pm 16 Oct, 9-11am 28 Oct, 9-11am 7 Nov
Royal Society of Sculptors, 108 Old Brompton Road, Dora House, London SW7 3RA
Visit us this autumn to see 'Making Together' an exhibition in collaboration with Art et al featuring the work created during two peer-to-peer collaborations. Click here to read the full press release
Thompson Hall,an artist with ActionSpace in London has been working with Simone Kennedy MRSS while Leslie Thompson of Venture Arts in Manchester has been collaborating with Eleni Maragaki MRSS.
Watch the artists in conversation speaking about their experience of collaborating for 'Making Together'.
This exhibition is the result of a brand new collaboration between Art et al. X Royal Society of Sculptors, an innovative collaborative programme and inclusive exhibition featuring artists working from UK supported studios, alongside their artistic peers, members of the Royal Society of Sculptors.
Art et al. is an international inclusive curatorial platform of collaborations between artists from supported studios, peers, and arts professionals that highlights diverse voices and creative practices. These collaborations and partnerships result in commissioned writing, original multi-media content, and both digital and in-person exhibitions, expanding the scope, role, and definition of contemporary art. Art et al. was founded in 2020 by Jennifer Lauren Gallery; Slominski Projects; and Sim Luttin and Arts Project Australia. These founding partners identified a need for more inclusive programming and access points into the contemporary arts sector for neurodivergent, intellectually, and learning disabled artists to be seen, heard, and participate.
Click here to download the exhibition essay, written by Jes Fernie.
As part of this exhibition, we have organised a series of relaxed openings designed for neurodivergent and autistic children and adults, and those who may face difficulties visiting at busier times. Contact Abbie at firstname.lastname@example.org for more information.
Monday 16 Oct 5-7pm
Saturday 28 Oct 9-11am
Tuesday 7 Nov 9-11am
With thanks to Hallett Independent Ltd and Sadie Sherman Gallery for supporting this exhibition