Our residents in The Hub from 2018–20 are award-winning creative arts company and charity Heart n Soul.
Heart n Soul at The Hub
Led by autistic people and people with learning disabilities, Heart n Soul at The Hub are exploring ideas like ‘normality’ and the value of difference between us all.
What Heart n Soul are doing in The Hub
Heart n Soul are discovering new and exciting ways of working and collaborating by bringing together people, with and without learning disabilities, who have skills and experience in research, art, design, technology and health.
We are experimenting with creative ways of doing research and asking questions, through events at Wellcome Collection and online projects like ‘Heart n Soul Asks’.
About the ‘Heart n Soul Asks’ project
A group of co-researchers, who are all autistic or have a learning disability, have some big questions for you, and they invite you to take part in their accessible (non)surveys You'll be able to respond by video or audio, as well as by typing.
The group wants to see a positive change in society for people with learning disabilities and autistic people. We hope that by shedding new light on public attitudes we can better understand how this change could happen.
How you can get involved
There will be lots of opportunities to get involved in the project. Keep up with what Heart n Soul at The Hub are doing by following @HeartnSoulEye on Twitter, @HeartnSoulEye on Instagram, or joining the mailing list.
If you want to get involved in the meantime, just email:
Heart n Soul