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Meet the Artist – Elspeth Wilson


We meet Elspeth Wilson – writer, poet, and Neuk Collective member – to talk embodiment, appreciating pop culture, and finding community with other artists. Hi Elspeth! Could you say a little bit about who you […]

Protected: Neuk Exhibition 2024 – Visit to Patriothall


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A young white woman with glasses and dark brown hair lies back on a pile of grey crocheted throws, and has more throws piled on top of her. Only her smiling face is visible.

Meet the Artist – Gaelle Chassery


We meet Gaelle Chassery, Neuk Collective member and textile artist, to talk about her work, the beauty to be found in neurodivergent spaces, and ways the art world can effect real change for neurodivergent and […]

A Visit to the V&A With Sensory Consequences


Guest blog post by Neuk Collective member Libby Lilburn This a review of my visit to the V&A Dundee, through the lens of someone who is Autistic, has Sensory Integration Dysfunction[1] and Fibromyalgia, and my […]

Neuk Gift Guide 2023


It’s that time of year again! Christmas is just around the corner. If you’re looking for gifts for friends, or family, or want to treat yourself, why not support neurodivergent artists and creative businesses? To […]

Membership is open!


Want to join Neuk Collective? We’re accepting new members! Membership is now open until November 30th – sign up here: It’s free to join, and you get: Who can join? You must be We also […]

Accessiblity Centred


We can hardly believe it but in just one week’s time we will be installing our exhibition at Custom Lane gallery! So, now might be a good time to talk a bit about some of […]

About Neuk Collective


Neuk Collective is a new collective of neurodivergent artists, formed as part of a project funded as part of Creative Scotland’s Create:Inclusion funding stream. Over the next year, we will be working on a manifesto […]

Neurodivergent Artists – What’s holding us back?


Last year Neuk Collective conducted two surveys investigating the experiences of neurodivergent artists in Scotland. We wanted to find out what ND people felt the barriers to them working in the arts are, and what […]

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Survey Update


Firstly we would like to say a massive thank you to everyone who took part in our survey and discussion events. We really appreciate people taking the time to talk to us about their experiences […]