ArtReach projects


Dorset County Council

 In 2012 ArtReach delivered two intensive organisational development projects for Dorset County Council (DCC). The work focused on the future structure for and governance of the County Arts Development Service, with potential for a radical transformation in the light of challenging economic circumstances for Local Authorities. [more...]

Sustrans riderspoke


ArtReach has been working with national charity Sustrans since early 2013. As the organisation driving the development of the National Cycle Network, Sustrans has a long track record of art commissioning, with the canvas of the largest free access public art gallery in the country (15,000 miles of cycle paths!). [more...]

Hippodrome Auditorium  (2)

Birmingham Hippodrome

ArtReach is working with Birmingham Hippodrome to bring specialist arts fundraising support to the theatre’s ambitious programme of Outdoor Arts development, and to support the aspirations for ongoing development of the hugely successful International Dance Festival Birmingham.    [more...]


Journeys Festival International

Journeys Festival International celebrates the artistic talents and incredible stories of exceptional refugee and asylum seeker artists. Beginning in 2013, the festival works across a wide range of creative media and disciplines including live music, hands-on artist-led workshops, theatre, performance, film, discussion, exhibitions and pop-up events. Journeys Festival International aims to bring the talent of local, national and international refugee artists to the general public - creating a positive interface with the community. ​ 2017 Journeys Festival International will return to the UK cities of Leicester, Manchester and Portsmouth. Elements of the festival will also be taken to the cities of Palermo, Rome, Hamburg and Budapest under the JOURNEYS project, funded by Creative Europe. PLATFORMA ArtReach is the East Midlands Coordinator for Platforma - a national network for refugee & asylum seeker artists. Platforma was established as a result of a report published by Arts Council England, The Baring Foundation & The Paul Hamlyn Foundation in 2008 entitled Arts & Refugees: History, Impact & Future. The network aims to support and develop arts by, about and with refugees and migrants from marginalised communities. ​ Visit the Journeys Festival International website here Go to the Journeys Festival International YouTube channel here

SeaChange Arts Drill House

SeaChange Arts – Drill House

SeaChange Arts is the UK’s leading organisation for development of European partnership projects in the Circus and Street Arts sector (it is currently engaged in five major European partnership projects). [more...]