In a new essay, Autograph's Ali Eisa discusses how disabled people, artists, social care providers and cultural organisations are collaborating to change arts engagement – challenging marginalisation and foregrounding the protection of rights.
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Image credits, from top: 1) Black Lives Matter Protest, Parliament Square, Saturday 6th June 2020, Ali Eisa. 3) Photograph by Zoë Maxwell. 4) Brian Searle, Unidentified Sitter, 2020. Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London. 5) Living One, 2020. Submit to Love Studios collaboration with Trevor Small and Tirzah Mileham. Courtesy Submit To Love Studios / Headway East London.
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