Exploring Cyber Sisterhood with Herstory of Art Museum (MuHER) in Poland

Together with participants, Marta will inspect different ways in which we connect to the ideas of sisterhood, herstory, feminism, etc online. The case study will be HERstory of Art Museum, which is based across a multitude of different social media platforms/ websites and online affiliations. Participants will discuss exactly where this “safe and brave space … Read more


Photograph of participants at a filmmaking workshop with the text 'Project outcome. IN+ Art Holistic Approach: "Truths".'

The workshop facilitated by Thomas Diafas, in collaboration with the University of Leeds and Liminal, conducted in Athens in December 2023, provided insights into the realm of digital exclusion, with a focus on individuals with disabilities. This initiative engaged participants in addressing essential issues related to accessibility, representation, and inclusion within the digital environment and mass media. This IN+ART workshop was informed by our IN+Principle which focuses on a holistic approach to digital equity.

IN+ ART with Thomas Dafias

As a participant in our IN+ ART ITERATIONS programme, Thomas Diafas organises a two-day workshop focused on exploring digital exclusion alongside a group of individuals with and without disabilities. During this workshop, Thomas will collaborate with an organisation called Liminal based in Athens, Greece. The workshop will take place in Athens on the 16th and … Read more

IN+ ART: “am AI in pain?” workshop

In our IN+ART INTERATIONS workshop with Space 2, we delved into the intricate web of pain, technology, and the potential influence of AI. Our focus? Unravelling the layers of pain co-construction, assessment, and management in the digital age. The workshop was guided by Dr Alicja Pawluczuk (HYSTERA from the INCLUDE+ Network.

IN+ ART iterations

IN+ ART Iterations, an art program led by the INLCUDE+ Network, ventures into the uncharted territory of digital equity and the implications of INCLUDE+ Principles. Our initiative seeks to co-examine what digital equity means for artists and the communities they engage with. Using community-centered approaches, we want to encourage experimental practice, and to embrace the … Read more