The Research in Special Education (RISE) project is investigating the variety of perspectives and experiences regarding the concepts of inclusion and exclusion. The project will use photo elicitation methods with children and young people, their parents and teachers.
As an aspect of the dissemination of this research, five EHU researchers have been given a residency at Tate Liverpool art gallery. Tate ‘Exchange’ is a pioneering project working with more than 60 institutions and inviting the public to contribute to art events and workshops (TATE, 2017).
This is a week-long collaboration between Tate Liverpool and Edge Hill University. Come and join us every day in the Clore Learning Studio, first floor Tate Exchange, 11am-12noon, and 14.30-15.30, to explore views and experiences of belonging and social inclusion through cartoonised photographs taken by children.
Suitable for all ages – everyone welcome.
There will also be opportunities for visitors to join in creative activities to share their views and/or produce their own images or artefacts via supported activities.
The range of activities will be suitable for all ages from 1-100 and the intention is to reflect upon and exchange different viewpoints and experiences.
You can also join in the conversation: Twitter: @INRISEEHU
Edge Hill University’s public lectures are photographed and filmed, and some footage posted on the University YouTube channel and website after the event. Please note, photographs and footage may also be used by Edge Hill University for media and publications. Film footage of public lectures will be archived indefinitely for future reference. All attendees should be aware that they may feature in this footage. By registering to attend this event and by accepting tickets, you are giving permission for your image to be photographed and recorded.