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Flow Observatorium is an equality and diversity charity, set up in 2017, that aims to become a national hub for, and led by, Neurodivergent people. Flow actively supports Neurodivergent people to make work, collaborate, and engage within society, the cultural sector and support the co-creation of attitudinal and physical ‘safe spaces’ for Neurodivergent people to lead fulfilled lives.
OF THE MONTH
We really like this, from our pals at Mainspring Arts.
And we're a bit biased as it contains one of the short stories by our artistic director, Jon Adams.
'In Other Words, an anthology as diverse as the writers themselves. Some cover trauma, societal issues and stigma; others offer fragments of hope and light. Some reach back in time while others transport us to another dimension altogether. There is heartbreak, wit, humour, poignancy and above all a mastery of the imagination.'
Read more here:
PREVIOUS FLOW AWARD WINNERS
We give a 'Flob' Award to organisations whom we feel work and engage with Neurodivergent creatives in an enabling, transparent and refreshing way.
Meet Our Contributors
Jon is both a contemporary Artist, advocate and researcher. He makes a variety of work in many differing media often referencing his autism, synaesthesia and dyslexia, all interwoven with history, science, time and his past experiences.
He's shown in galleries such as Royal Academy, Tate Modern and been commissioned by many arts and science organisations including projects for Parliament, London 2012 and on stage.
He advocates for the rights of Neurodivergent people to fully access the arts, funding, health care and relevant research.
Find his website here
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