Autism and the Arts 3: Sonia Boué – POSTPONED – SORRY
Date(s) - Thursday, 15th April
7:00 pm - 8:00 pm
Due to circumstances beyond our control, this event has had to be postponed. It will be rescheduled as soon as possible.
Sonia Boué is concerned with objects, identity and location. Rooted in a fascination with family archives, material memory, and the themes of forced migration and inherited trauma, her work has been exhibited internationally and is held in digital form at Tate Britain, the BBC, and Bodleian Library in Oxford. She has performed in the UK, Ireland, and Spain.
Sonia also creates and leads Arts Council England-funded projects which pioneer inclusive models of practice, and is also a writer on autism and art, and a leading consultant for neurodiversity in the arts. As an experienced freelance neurodivergent (ND) artist, writer, and consultant for arts organisations, she helps arts organisations embed the authentic learning needed to work confidently with ND creatives, and create effective bespoke engagement strategies for ND individuals and communities. She will talk about her new project – Neurophototherapy – developing a visual arts practice that helps late-diagnosed autistic women to come to terms with their diagnosis and the effect of autism on their lives.
Tickets: £3, register via Eventbrite
In partnership with Autistic Nottingham, with Lottery funding from Arts Council England
This event will have BSL interpretation provided. PLEASE NOTE: because of the way Zoom works on an iPad, you will not be able to see the BSL interpretation during the talk if you’re using an iPad – please use an alternative device to view the webinar.