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#4: Publication Showcasing Disabled Emerging Artists, No Jobs in the Arts

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We have just released issue four of No Jobs in the Arts: A publication supporting emerging visual artists in the East Midlands.

For issue four, we have been working in collaboration with Attenborough Arts Centre to shine a light on some of the incredible emerging disabled artists working in the region today. The artworks and interviews presented in this issue demonstrate the varied and urgent nature of accessibility.  We are asking, ‘what would you like to see the arts sector doing to better support emerging disabled artists?’.

You can read the zine online, here:

www.attenborougharts.com/njita

No Jobs in the Arts is run for - and by - emerging artists working in the East Midlands. We support, and draw attention to, young and emerging artists in the East Midlands. If you’d like to find out more about No Jobs in the Arts projects, you can follow us on instagram, @nojobsinthearts

Issue four of No Jobs in the Arts is supported by Attenborough Arts Centre, University of Leicester, Arts Council England, and Dizzy Ink.



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