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Outside In creates models with which we can create educational and cultural experiences for high support needs adults in museums and galleries. We work on a project by project basis to ensure we curate encounters that are meaningful and bespoke to the needs of the groups we are helping.

Here are a few examples our projects to explore, each with the initial brief and the outcomes that we achieved.

OUR LIVES

people from one of the most culturally marginalised groups to unlock their inheritance and their hidden histories which have been overlaid by cultural norms.
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MAN & THE MACHINE

A weekly project that started by participants taking photographs and culminated in them writing and performing a libretto at the V&A Museum.
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ARRIVAL

Taking place over two years, culminating in performances and generating partnerships with museums, galleries and theatres along the River Thames.
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WEALTH & POVERTY

A multidisciplinary group of British artists worked with the group of participants who are typically excluded from both the artistic process to create original pieces based on the theme of wealth and poverty.
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SEKA PROJECT

The project Sharing European Knowledge on Autism: Training Programs for Parents, with number 2015-1-TR01-KA204-022656, under Erasmus+ Programme, was funded with support from the European Commission.
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SEKA BOOKLET FOR NI PARENTS EARLY YEARS

Summary guide for parents in Northern Ireland who have children with ASD (Autism Spectrum Disorder). Click the link to read view booklet SEKA Booklet for NI Parents Early Years

IN SEARCH OF SPIRITUALITY

In Search of Spirituality: Images of Compassion, images of Cruelty. Read more

ART OF SOCIAL SIGNIFICANCE AND THE ADVANCEMENT OF SOCIETY

This section will be updated in due time with more information about this project.