Celebrating Neurodiversity: A Living Conference with Hay Festival
Ruskin Mill Trust and the Hay Festival are working together to celebrate neurodiversity. Our two-day event, Hay@the Mill, is a “living conference”, on the theme of autism and re-imagining our potential.
Our exciting programme allows delegates to:
- Experience our curriculum by direct involvement in craft workshops with students and tutors;
- Hear guest speakers – from the literary world and academia – offer their perspectives on autism;
- Discuss and celebrate with us, through fabulous biodynamic food and evening events.
Ruskin Mill and Hay – be part of the discovery, as we re-imagine everyone’s potential, together.
Ruskin Mill Trust and the Hay Festival are delighted to announce the second year of our collaboration – “Re-imagining Our Potential”. Ruskin Mill is a unique educational charity, with schools and colleges across England and in Wales. The Hay Festival needs no introduction, respected worldwide as a pre-eminent festival of ideas and literature.
Ruskin Mill and Hay are working together to widen the conversation about autism and neurodiversity. After exhibiting at Hay Festival on 30 and 31 May, Ruskin Mill Trust now welcomes Hay Festival to Ruskin Mill by hosting our Living Conference at our site in the beautiful Horsley Valley, near Nailsworth in the Cotswolds on 19th and 20th July.
View the full programme here or and book tickets at the Ruskin Mill Land Trust site at www.rmlt.org.uk/Event/autism-re-imagining-our-potential