What you’ll do
Join us for an evening of conversation, art and music reimagining the world we live in from the perspective of people with learning disabilities and autistic people: what would the world look like if it was designed by them?
The artworks co-produced with the commissioned artists ask: who makes decisions about how the world is designed? How can design processes can be more inclusive and collaborative?
You will be guided through four online artworks through prerecorded video tours, each led by the co-designers. The co-designers will talk about how they made these creative artworks collaboratively. You can also join in with live art-making, games and music.
This event will be streamed on Wellcome Collection's YouTube channel. After booking a ticket, you will receive a confirmation email with joining instructions.
You will be able to comment and ask questions live online using the chat function throughout the event. Your microphone and camera will be switched off for the whole session.
The event will be live-captioned. The captions will be embedded onscreen. A link to open the captions in a separate window will be provided before/at the event.
The event will have British Sign Language interpretation. The interpreters will be on screen throughout the event.
This event celebrates the launch of ‘A Different Kind of Future’ online exhibition, in collaboration with Heart n Soul at The Hub, the Helen Hamlyn Centre for Design and the commissioned artists. It is the finale of the Inclusive Futures project, part of Heart n Soul at The Hub’s two-year residency at Wellcome Collection. Installations created during the residency include ‘Wall of Change’ and ‘Inclusive Futures’.