64 Million Artists is a national campaign to unlock the potential of everyone in the UK through creativity. We use a simple, fun and free process: Do, Think and Share to support people who’d like to use creativity to express themselves, get a bit more of a spring in their step, or connect better with others.
a-n stimulates and supports contemporary visual arts practice and affirms artists’ value in society. With over 20,000 members, they focus on conversations around the critical and professional environment for the visual arts, bringing together artists, art students, producers, arts professionals, researchers, arts organisations and universities.
The National Alliance for Arts, Health & Wellbeing are a voice and resource for arts and health activity. Here you will find resources to support your own work, and examples of the ways that creative activity can benefit the health and wellbeing of individuals and communities.
Apples and Snakes is England’s leading organisation for performance poetry and spoken word, with a national reputation for producing exciting, engaging and transformative work in performance and participation.
Our grants programme sets out to help artists in England and Wales to launch, sustain or develop their careers. We take a broad view of artistic practice and aim to support work which is innovative and challenging as well as high quality work in traditional media.
Arts Jobs & Arts News lists adverts for a range of job opportunities within the art and culture sector. You can search or submit jobs, or use Arts News to announce arts-related events, news and call-outs for exhibitions.
The Bethlem Gallery is an art gallery in Beckenham, Bromley, England. It was established in 1997 to support and exhibit artists who are current or former patients of the South London and Maudsley NHS Foundation Trust.
Comma’s Mission is to put the short story at the heart of contemporary narrative culture. Through innovative commissions, collaborations and digital initiatives, they explore the power of the short story to transcend cultural and disciplinary boundaries, and to enable greater understanding across these boundaries.
The Contemporary Visual Arts Network’s ultimate goal is to nurture contemporary visual artists and organisations in order to produce internationally regarded, critically engaged work that is valued by our society.
Drawn to the Page is a 2 year creative partnership project funded by Arts Council England. Drawn To The Page will be initiating a new conversation between literature and the visual arts in the South East and providing a platform for emerging and more established writers to publish their creative responses.
Fragmentary is an arts website focusing solely on exploring the complex issues of mental health and emotions through photographic projects and artworks. They are looking for works that move, provoke, and stir a dialogue surrounding mental health, the psychology of the self and others, or projects with therapeutic potential. They showcase works from artists at varying points in their careers and create a hub of inspiration for those wishing to explore the role of mental health within the arts.
Get Creative is a campaign run by a group of cultural organisations to celebrate and support the everyday creativity happening in homes and public spaces. It aims to inspire people to try something new at home or at a Get Creative event and to encourage people to share their own example of everyday creativity.
Brighton Hammer & Tongue presents a year round programme of poetry slams with touring guest artists at Komedia on Gardener Street. The events take place on the first Thursday of every month and the annual final is in December.
Myriad has a proven track record of spotting talent and helping writers and artists to reach their potential. They work with a team of highly skilled authors and editors whose creative talent and knowledge of the publishing world is second to none, and they offer these skills to the wider creative community to support new writers and encourage excellence beyond their bespoke publishing programme.
ONCA is an arts charity based in Brighton. Their mission is to cultivate environmental and social wellbeing through the arts. They have an ONCA Gallery where they curate and host exhibitions, performances, outreach and events that ask questions, tell stories and initiate conversations about environmental and social change. Above the gallery is a meeting room, library and co-working/ studio spaces used by creative freelancers, academics, businesses and charities.
Since 1972 QueenSpark Books has been dedicated to gathering, preserving and making accessible Brighton & Hove’s histories, through publishing oral histories or creative responses to local history, via books, e-books, exhibitions, events, websites and other projects.
RedDoor Publishing is a new and innovative publishing house that bridges the gap between traditional publishing and self-publishing services. They operate exactly as a traditional publishing house would except that their authors underwrite the cost of publishing the UK edition of their book.
ShortStops will keep you up to date with what’s going on in the short story world across the UK & Ireland. They announce the latest news, calls for submissions, new lit mag issues, live events, short story competitions & workshops and more.
Studio Upstairs is a working arts community. It is a place for people to express their talents through the arts who for reasons of mental health difficulties or emotional distress, choose not to participate in traditional arts institutions.
SundaySurgeryScripts is a monthly development workshop for new drama scripts of all genre with the aim of bringing writers, actors and directors together to collaborate within a rehearsal-room setting so as to help writers progress their scripts.
Unlimited Impact focuses on developing and inspiring the next generation of young disabled people passionate about making change through the arts; extending Unlimited’s reach by supporting venues across the country to successfully programme ambitious and high quality work by disabled artists; and deepening discussion and debate around work by disabled artists.
Wasafiri is Britain’s premier magazine for international contemporary writing. Published quarterly, it has established a distinctive reputation for promoting work by new and established voices across the globe.
West Sussex Writers aim to help writers in all genres, to encourage their work and offer advice, if wanted, towards publication or gaining a wider readership. They achieve this through a mix of talks, workshops and competitions, offering something different at every meeting.
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