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  • EXPLORERS: Illuminating the Wilderness

    EXPLORERS is an innovative three-year project that will deliver a ‘Festival of Cultural Inclusion’ – placing people with complex needs as cultural leaders.

  • Parachute Club

    The Parachute Club is a project for ten young people in need of positive and creative solutions to behaviour support. The project offers a wide range of high quality materials and equipment, which the participants are encouraged to use in exciting and expansive ways.

  • Inclusive Studios Project: Tuesdays

    Tuesday Studios is a highly specialist, person centred visual art activity that benefits adults with profound intellectual and multiple disabilities. It enables people to take part in an intensive, purposeful creative activity that is catered to their individual needs and preferences.

  • Inclusive Studios Project: Wednesday Mentoring

    The Mentoring Studios enables 7 people to develop their creative practice alongside an Artist Mentor. The project takes place once a week over 36 weeks at our studio base in Hastings.

  • Art Breaks Saturdays

    During Spring 2016, our Art Breaks provision was extended to run workshops at weekends for the first time. The pilot project offered the opportunity for 8 families to work with a professional artist every Saturday for 6 weeks.

  • Art Breaks

    Art Breaks is an innovative project that focuses on children and young people with complex needs, alongside their parents, carers and non-learning disabled peers.

  • Peer Support Network

    The Peer Support Network is pilot initiative developed in direct response to a need articulated by the families that we work with. The Network provides support for families who already manage, or are considering setting up provisions through personalized budgets or Personal Health Budgets or Direct Payments.

  • Collaborations

    Project Art Works have created a programme of innovative collaborations that promote deep and authentic relationships between arts organisations, social care professionals and people who have intellectual impairment.

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