New collaborations between artists and communities, designed to create opportunities for participation, to change perceptions and inspire.

Combining process and spectacle, our creative projects aim to reach new audiences, building relationships with those least likely to engage in contemporary art and culture. Placing artists in public and participatory contexts, we engage communities in making, dialogue, actions, public events and exhibitions.

Collaborations with creative practitioners across a broad range of practices provide opportunities for experimentation, research and play. Aspirational events and unexpected interventions galvanise the energy and interest of communities to step forward and join us, revitalising places and dialogue.

Creative projects with children, young people and vulnerable adults have provided inspiring opportunities to harness the talent and commitment of young people, often those experiencing difficult transitions. This participatory aspect of our work sets out to challenge participants and audiences alike, achieving intelligent creative outcomes that maintain the ownership and voice of participants, irrespective their needs or background.