Criposium seeks submissions for Virtual Exhibition

Closing Date: 13 June 2020


Location: Online

Remuneration: N/A


Concentric squares and diamonds of purple, orange, blue, green, yellow and pink.

Standing by the belief ‘nothing about us without us’ and that all discussions about disability must involve those who live with disability, the Criposium centres disabled people as experts by experience and aims to break down the traditional divide between researcher and research subjects by fostering conversations between academics and disabled people on a level platform. The event will bring together scholars across the fields of disability studies, gender and queer studies, social sciences, and the humanities, as well as disabled artists and activists from the local community, to critique the construction of social identity and the politics of the body.

To accompany the discussions we will be holding a virtual exhibition of creative responses to the theme of crip intersectionality which will then be archived on the website gallery.

We are accepting Paper and Creative submissions. Please be aware these have different briefs and different closing dates.

Paper submissions information, Closing date 30th April

Creative submissions information, Closing date 13th June