ATD Teacher-Researcher Fellowship 2023-24 awarded to Aster Arribas for Neurodiversity project

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The ATD Lectorate is delighted to announce that the ATD Teacher-Researcher Fellowship 2023-24 has been awarded to Aster Arribas in collaboration with Antje Nestel, for their project Neurodiversity as relation in arts education.

This research project will explore the potential of the neurodiversity* paradigm as a means to produce inclusive practices within arts education - including through the development of a cross-departmental course for students and teachers.

Aster Arribas is a teacher-researcher at the School for New Dance Development (SNDO) and a member of the Embodied Knowledge in Theatre and Dance research group in the ATD Lectorate.
The project will begin in September 2023 and will run for 1 year.

The ATD Teacher-Researcher Fellowships scheme was launched in 2022 with projects by Carly Everaert, and the duo Roos van Berkel and Esther Snelder

To find out more about the 2022-23 Fellowships

A public sharing of the ATD Teacher-Researcher Fellowships 2022-2023 will take place on September 22, 5-7.30pm in Studio 2.09 at the ATD.

To find out more about Aster's research

*‘Neurodiversity’ describes the differences between people’s body-minds and by extension their different ways of thinking, acting and learning. It refers to an endless variation.