More Awkward Bastards
Writer Poppy Noor visited the second Awkward Bastards symposium in March co-produced by DASH, mac birmingham and the Live Art Development Agency. She reflects on the event, as well as questions of diversity and representation.
Artists, curating and disability
Artists, curating and disability: “We need to shift the notion of the curator as an author to somebody that listens”. Anneka French reports from the event at MAC Birmingham – via a-n news
Ambition, challenges and slaughtering sacred cows, a year in the life of DASH’s first Curator-in-Residence
Anna Berry’s year-long residency at Midlands Arts Centre (MAC) is the first instalment of DASH’s Curatorial Commissions Programme, pairing disabled curators with mainstream arts organisations. Berry’s residency has culminated in the Art and Social Change exhibition at MAC 11 January – 22 March. Berry along with Deborah Kermode, CEO and Artistic Director, MAC, and curator and mentor Jess Litherland spoke to Disability Arts Online about the process.