A village becomes a gallery. The open-air exhibition Inklusiv Arlesheim illuminates the topic of inclusion from the perspective of people with and without disabilities and brings visitors closer to their lives.
Making the lives of people with disabilities visible through art and culture - that is the goal of the open-air exhibition Inklusiv Arlesheim. On a tour through the municipality of Arlesheim, visitors will encounter installations on the theme of inclusion from 4 September to 23 October 2021. The 17 works of art were created by residents of the Wydehöfli residential home and young artists from the region.
Events and performances will take place throughout the duration of the exhibition. Concerts, encounter evenings and guided tours through the exhibition bring visitors into contact with the theme of inclusion.
To mark the start of the exhibition on 4 September, the Wydehöfli residence invites you to an opening party. Live music, culinary specialities from different regions of the world and art workshops offer an exciting programme for young and old people with and without disabilities.
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