Over the last ten years Creative Future have developed a highly successful working model–engaging under-represented people in creative activities, working with social care and arts organisations, encouraging collaborations, opportunities and cross-fertilisation of ideas and practices.
If you’re interested in providing creative opportunities for under-represented people, especially those with mental health issues, to improve their health and well-being, develop their creative practice, increase social cohesion, reach new audiences and increase cultural diversity, we can help!
Whether you want to talk through your ideas, run a staff awareness day, see how we deliver our workshops, or otherwise learn more about our theory and practice, we offer a variety of training and consultancy offers.
We don’t just talk the talk, we walk the walk. Any consultancy we provide will include at least one of our artists/writers giving direct feedback of ideas suggested, feedback on how the model works for them, and/or a participatory workshop that provides opportunities for under-represented people. This way, your organisation learns by actual practice and engagement, not just by talking or reading reports. This also allows us to offer more opportunities to under-represented people – a win, win for everybody!