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Art et al. x Arts Project Australia: International Exhibition

As part of the UK/Australia Season of Culture 2021-22, a major program of cultural exchange is taking place across the two nations, including an in real life exhibition at APA’s Collingwood gallery, at Collingwood Yards.

The UK/Australia Season is a joint initiative by the British Council and the Australian Government’s Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade. The Season highlights the breadth of partnerships between Australia and the UK and aims to deepen and extend cultural connections. The Season commenced in September 2021, concluding in March 2022 in Australia and in December 2022 in the UK.

The theme ‘Who Are We Now?’ will reflect on our history, explore our current relationship, and imagine our future together. The Season will feature programming for all ages and will celebrate the diversity of cultures and languages in both countries. It will emphasise Australia’s First Nations voices, enable cultural exchange with Wales, Scotland, England and Northern Ireland, and the diverse societies that have emerged in both Australia and the UK through migration. Designed to strengthen and build cultural connections, the UK/Australia Season theme of “Who Are We Now?” will be reflected by Art et al. through how these artists felt during and now coming out of lockdown.

As part of the UK/Australia Season, Art et al. X 2021-22 is releasing a selection of virtual and in-person curatorial projects and opportunities. The series aims to further develop the practices of neurodivergent, intellectually and learning disabled artists in the UK and Australia.

Central to Art et al. X 2021-22 is the presentation of two international in-person exhibitions. The first will be in December 2021 in Melbourne, at Art Project Australia’s new gallery in the Collingwood Yards complex. In a four-day pop-up exhibition, audiences will experience international peer-to-peer artwork collaborations, as well as writing from Australian and International writers Jennifer Higgie, Kelly Gellatly and Tiarney Miekus.

Early in 2022, will be an exhibition in London in partnership with Cromwell Place. These curated neurodiverse exhibitions will include British and Australian artists featured on the Art et al. platform, with a focus on Peer/Peer Collaborations. Artists will include Emily Ferretti, Sandra Lott, David James, Alasdair McLuckie, Andrew Omoding, Thom Roberts, and Cherelle Sappleton.


  • Wheelchair accessible

The Arts Project Australia gallery has accessible toilets in the Perry Street Building. They are located in the northern end of the building. On the upper ground level they are located off the northern side of the service corridor. On L1 and L2 they are located behind blue manual double doors.

Entry 30A Perry Street is wheelchair accessible and offers direct access to the Courtyard, Perry Street Building upper ground and Johnston Street Building upper ground. Lift access is available to visit other buildings and levels.

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