Disability Arts Online – Sarah Munro reflects on her career so far and OutsiderXchanges making a lasting impact on her vision for supporting disabled artists

“They were able to overtly challenge elitism within the art world. There was a real sense of making visible the constraints of the art world that exist for everybody, not just for disabled artists. There was also a strong sense of comradery and that they were working as a group to create a collective practice”

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“It’s not like we have done OutsiderXchanges, now this is the next thing. It’s more about, how do we stop it from being something that sits on the edge of the organisation and instead becomes a discourse across the core.”

Sarah Munro, Director of BALTIC Centre For Contemporary Art reflects on the legacy of OutsiderXchangeS and how it has influenced her vision for nurturing and showcasing disabled artists in the future.

Read the entire article via Disability Arts Online –http://bit.ly/2DAOSMOX

Castlefield GalleryRosanne RobertsonSophie Megan Lee, Matt Girling, Simon Raven, BALTIC 39, Tanya Raabe-Webber, Juliet Davis, The Whitworth, Amanda Sutton, Arts Council England.

 

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