University of Atypical
Ground Floor, Cathedral Quarter Workspaces,
109-113 Royal Avenue,
Belfast BT1 1FF
The work, created by D/deaf, Disabled and Neurodiverse artists, is the culmination of a two-year project funded by the National Lottery Heritage Fund. The project delivered a series of creative workshops, lectures, research opportunities, disability awareness training, and a film archive collaboration with Northern Ireland Screen. A documentary film on the project will be released in January 2022.
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Accessing Architecture Exhibition

Friday 10th December, 2021

A new exhibition that opens in Belfast on Friday (10th December) will showcase artistic work reflecting disabled people’s experiences of the built environment.

Opening at The University of Atypical for Arts and Disability Gallery on Royal Avenue, the Accessing Architecture exhibition reflects on contemporary attitudes and artistic interpretations to access and inclusion in urban design and architecture.

ISL Promotional video

BSL Promotional video

The Exhibition runs until Friday 27 January 2022 at the University of Atypical Gallery at 109-113 Royal Avenue, Belfast.

Below is a virtual tour of the exhibition:

ISL Tour

BSL Tour

 

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Image ID: A feminine figure sits on the ground in the bottom left of the photograph. They have long reddish/brown hair, wearing a white t-shirt and teal coloured trousers. They are looking through a camera on a tripod, beside them is a wheelchair. Six people are standing in a semi circle in the background and there are other people to the left and right of the photo.

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The DisOrdinary Architecture Project was established in 2008. Since then a network of disabled artists have collaborated with architecture, interiors and built environment students, educators,

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