art*people*care Long Table with Project Artworks by The Big Anxiety published on 2019-10-04T03:34:06Z A recording of a Long Table event facilitated on 3 October 2019 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Sydney Australia with The Big Anxiety. Project Art Works (UK) believe that the arts can drive the creation of radical new models of social care. Working with an expanded concept of art in the tradition of Beuys’ social sculpture, combined with a sensory approach to art and filmmaking, their work challenges perceptions and power relations, creating supportive and deeply affecting interactions between neurotypical and non-neurotypical collaborators. With Art*People*Care, Project Art Works share the transformative thinking behind their Explorers project and host a Long Table of rotating speakers. Guests include artists Thom and Angelmouse (aka Thom Roberts and Harriet Body) and Sam Kerr (DADAA, Perth) and leading disability and neurodiversity advocate in the arts, Judy Singer, Jeremy Smith (Australia Council for the Arts), alongside Kate Adams, Patricia Finnegan, and Tim Corrigan – Project Artworks.