Free

Making Care Immovable

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  • Online event
  • Speech-to-text
Portrait of Demi Nandhra on a pink background.
© Image courtesy of Demi Nandhra.

What you'll do

In this practical workshop led by artist Demi Nandhra, you’ll craft your own personal care plan to help you survive and thrive. We’ll consider how caring for ourselves can disrupt systems of oppression when it is rooted in everything that we do. Make care an immovable part of your life.

During the session you will be encouraged to write down or voice record your thoughts and ideas. Your camera, microphone and 'chat' function will be available throughout the session, but you do not have to contribute. The event will be live captioned by Stagetext. 

This workshop is for everyone, but content will centre on the experiences of neurodivergent and disabled people of colour.

The workshop has a maximum capacity of 15 people. There will be a waiting list once the event is fully booked, so please let us know if you can no longer attend.

This event will be hosted through the videoconferencing platform BlueJeans. After booking a ticket, you will receive a confirmation email with joining instructions.

‘Making Care Immovable’ is part of Bloomsbury Festival (16–25 October 2020).

About your facilitator

Photograph of Demi Nandhra

Demi Nandhra

Demi Nandhra’s website

Demi Nandhra is a neurodivergent artist and writer from Birmingham who makes solo performance, live art, theatre and sociopolitical enquiries. Her work, which is performed in theatres, galleries and beds, explores mental health, trauma and relationships.

Dates

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Need to know

Guaranteed (online)

Booking a ticket guarantees you entry to the online event. You will be given joining instructions in your confirmation email. If you have any access requests or requirements, for example a transcript of the event, email us at access@wellcomecollection.org or call 020 7611 2222.

Speech-to-text

This event will have live speech-to-text transcription which may be useful for people who are D/deaf, hard of hearing, deafened or neurodiverse. The text will be embedded in the event video window and ticketholders will also receive a link to open subtitles in a separate window.

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