Organisations and Artists
Please find below a list of artists and organisations that we work with or have worked with in the past.
Dan Thompson- https://mrdanthompson.wordpress.com/about-2/
My work is about ordinary people, everyday life, and overlooked places. I like finding exceptional stories in unremarkable locations. I like to change the accepted narrative, and help people to see the place they live through a new lens.
Dr Georgia Pavlopoulou- https://flowunlocked.co.uk/
Dr Pavlopoulou has 17 years of experience in designing and implementing communication, interaction and learning programs with autistic people and helping families and services to understand and respond to the mental health needs of autistic people.
Lou Cole- https://www.liminalcreative.co.uk/
Blurring the lines between performance and participation, we create spaces where the audience become artists, sometimes without even realising.
Pernille Fraser - https://www.pernillefraser.com/
Pernille’s practice sits between place and system, in the realm of sensory experience. Harvesting from interactions with both internal and external space(s).
Sonia Boue - https://www.soniaboue.co.uk/
Sonia Boué is a multiform artist. She is also a writer on autism and art, and a leading consultant for neurodiversity in the arts. She has a significant body of postmemory work and pioneers in neuro-inclusive practice-led research.
AA2A - https://aa2a.biz/
The AA2A project provides placements for visual artists and designer makers in Higher and Further Education institutions across England. Jon Adams was an artist from 2005-2006 and is now a director.
Autistic Inclusive Meets (AIMS)- https://autisticinclusivemeets.org/
Autistic Inclusive Meets is a not-for-profit organisation created by autistic people to enable families with autistic children, and autistic individuals to get out into the community and socialise in an accepting, inclusive environment with like-minded peers.
Amase - https://amase.org.uk/
We are an Autistic People’s Organisation based in Edinburgh. All full members are autistic, and our goal is to help autistic people to make each other’s lives better through community events and peer support, advocacy and education.
Chapel Arts Studios (CAS)- https://www.chapelartsstudios.co.uk/
Chapel Arts Studios (CAS) is a socially engaged contemporary visual arts charity based in Andover, Hampshire. We are one of Arts Council England's National Portfolio Organisations (NPO) and it is our mission to discover, inspire, nurture and develop artists of all ages and skill levels.
Filskit Theatre - https://www.filskittheatre.com/
MAKING EXCITING & CHALLENGING WORK FOR YOUNG AUDIENCES
Mainspring Arts - http://www.mainspringarts.org.uk/
Mainspring Arts is an innovative organisation that works across artistic disciplines to provide opportunities for neurodivergent people. We do this by facilitating workshops to develop participants' skills, providing mentoring by industry leaders, and producing publications, performances and showcases.
Play included- https://playincluded.com/
Play Included C.I.C. is the leading resource in the Brick-by-Brick® programme, advancing its use and sharing it with the world. Our mission is to make sure every young person has access to positive social experiences and has the chance to make friends through play.
Portsmouth City of Sanctuary (PCoS) - https://portsmouth.cityofsanctuary.org/
PCoS is a grassroots humanitarian charity (CIO), primarily assisting Portsmouth’s migrant community with direct action. The PCoS volunteer team aims to compassionately uphold the dignity and independence of all individuals it supports, regardless of status, and strives to do so with respect and welcoming warmth for everyone.
Scottish Autism - https://www.scottishautism.org/
Scottish Autism is an organisation dedicated to enabling autistic people to lead happy, healthy and fulfilling lives.
Threshold Studios - http://thresholdstudios.tv/
'We solve problems and create social change using art and technology. Whether it’s a struggling high street, a forgotten corner of town, community isolation or marginalisation, our projects inspire innovation, social purpose, cultural change and regeneration.'