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Creating an open, diverse, and inclusive contemporary art world.

About

Art et al. is an inclusive, curated international art platform that commissions and presents collaborations between artists from supported studios, artist peers and arts professionals. We elevate diverse voices and creative practices.

 

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In 2020, founding partners, Sim Luttin of Arts Project Australia, Lisa Slominski of Slominski Projects, and Jennifer Gilbert of Jennifer Lauren Gallery, identified a need for more inclusive programming and access in the contemporary arts for neurodivergent, intellectually, and learning disabled artists to be seen, heard, and participate.

As a result, they formed Art et al. – an international platform that connects artists from supported studios with international peers, arts professionals, and audiences. Art et al.’s global collaborations and partnerships result in commissioned critical writing, exhibitions, and original multi-media content. 

Art et al. has been assisted by the Australian Government through the Australia Council of the Arts, its arts funding and advisory body, Australian Government Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade, Aesop Foundation, Arts Project Australia, Slominski Projects, and Jennifer Lauren Gallery.

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Art et al. X Cromwell Place: Season One

Art et al. is proud to announce its first UK exhibition, Season One at Cromwell Place, London. The exhibition is presented as part of the UK/Australia Season 2021-22, a joint initiative from the British Council and DAFT.

> Read more about Season One at Cromwell Place.

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Art et al. X APA | 2021 Melbourne

As part of the UK/Australia Season of Culture 2021-22, a major program of cultural exchange is taking place across the two nations. Central to Art et al. X 2021-22 programming is the presentation of two international in-person exhibitions, starting with an exhibition at APA’s Collingwood gallery, at Collingwood Yards.

> Read more about Who Are We Now? at APA.

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