Funder: Social Sciences and Humanities Research Council of Canada.
Project Website: https://bodiesintranslation.wordpress.com/
Re•Vision: The Centre for Art and Social Justice at the University of Guelph
Create access to art for non-normatively embodied people and opportunities for the public to engage with such art, in order to:
expand understanding of non-normative vitality and advance social justice in Ontario.
Provide accessible and inclusive teaching/learning tools that will facilitate the sharing of digital information (as described above).
Spark the curiosity of those who might not otherwise imagine inclusive ways of working.
Collaboratively generate design ideas for the knowledge platform in interactive, useful and playful ways, considering:
what the knowledge platform could be, what potential users want to see in a platform, and how users would want to engage with the platform.
Co-design session #4
Co-design session #3
Co-design session #2
Co-design Session #1
Communication channel or platform (link): Zoom, Vidyo
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