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1996, Sweden

Inuti Foundation was established in 1996, with the main objective to provide a creative and open-minded residence for artistically talented adults with learning disabilities and/or autism spectrum disorder. Today Inuti runs an art-gallery, an art collection, as well as three artist studios in central Stockholm. Inuti Foundation employs about 80 people in total.
Focusing on the right to individual and artistic freedom, Inuti aims to provide a space for professional and personal growth.
In collaboration with national and international artists and art institutions, Inuti organises a wide range of art events, including exhibitions, workshops and projects.
Inuti Galleri presents art and events within the Outsider Art- field.
Inuti Collection is a unique selection of more than 500 art works. The collection is for rent and is available for research.
Inuti’s studios operate as Day Activity Centres in accordance to the directive of LSS. LSS regulates the support and services offered to persons with certain disabilities. Qualified guidance by working artists is accessible in all studios, two of them run artists’ cooperatives.
Art is communication!



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Kontakta OpenArt

Kontakta Örebro kommuns servicecenter

Telefon: 019-21 10 00 

Öppettider: Vardagar kl. 8–16.30

Besöksadress: Näbbtorgsgatan 10

Öppettider: Vardagar kl. 10–16

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