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THE 2022 FESTIVAL OF SOCIAL SCIENCE
22 October - 13 November
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‘What is the future of care?’ – a digital exhibition

A digital exhibition made up of creative submissions from the public on two topics: what is care to you, and what is the future of care?

Picture of elderly lady being pushed in a wheelchair on a sunny day

My local area theme

What’s on offer?

IMPACT (Improving Adult Care Together) is running a digital exhibition, made up of submissions from members of the public, on the topics: what does care mean to you (in your local area) and what is the future of care? People will be encouraged to interpret those topics however they’d like, and can use any medium to respond, from collage to poetry, video work to sculpture. Works will be accompanied by explanations behind the inspiration or meaning, as well as background on the artist.

The exhibition will be virtual, to allow engagement across all four nations of the United Kingdom.

If you would like to contribute to this exhibition, then we'd love to hear from you. Please use this online form and email your submission to the address provided. 

What’s it about?

IMPACT is Improving Adult Care Together, with a workplan and budget that runs to 2027 with the hope that our findings will continue to be implemented and reflected in policy and practice long after that – we want to improve the future of care. We’re currently in our establishment phase, setting up pilots of four delivery models, working with organisations and local areas to create change on a local level. 

Who’s leading the event?

The IMPACT (Improving Adult Care Together) Team at the University of Birmingham

Open to

Open to all

Of particular interest to

Anyone with particular experience or interest in adult social care.

Scheduling information

Visit the Improving Adult Care Together homepage to submit to and visit the exhibition.