Watch a series of conversations about care and community during Covid-19
We spoke to Action Space Co-Director Sheryll Catto and artist Thompson Hall about their experiences of the Covid-19 crisis and how it has impacted artists with learning disabilities.
Autograph’s Ali Eisa’s spoke with Suzanne Lee, the Artistic Director at All Change about how Covid-19 has impacted the community groups they work with and how these communities are creating and engaging with art during the crisis.
Pamela Franklin spoke to us about the creation of the Caribbean Social Forum, and how they reimagined exchanges between elderly members in a bid to fight the isolation of lockdown.
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Banner image: Collage placard, using reproductions from Autograph's Archive and Learning Resource, of original images: Joy Gregory, Autoportrait series, 1989/90, commissioned by Autograph. Pages images, from top: 1) Collage placard, using reproductions from Autograph's Archive and Learning Resource, of original images: Syd Shelton, Untitled, Southgate, London, 1980. 3)Thompson Hall, from Lockdown Legacy, 2020. 4) Courtesy of All Change. 5) Courtesy of Accumulate. 6) Past Caribbean Social Forum events at Autograph.