Past projects include
Edward Woods Community Centre
Willesden Green Catwalk 'Eartha'
Willesden Green Catwalk 'Louis'
Kensal Green Pocket Park
The Sidings Community Centre
Pepperpot Day Centre, Ladbroke Grove
McDonald House, Genesis Housing
1A Arts Activities Centre
Cusco School Mural, Peru
& many others
We offer public & community art, and mosaic design for regeneration projects. These are ideal for family learning, intergenerational groups, community groups, housing associations, coporate team-building and youth groups.
enable people to work together to create mosaic artwork for their community
enhance public and communal sites & place-setting to regenerate urban spaces
give participants confidence with transferable skills to use in other art forms.
Reduce social isolation and bring disparate groups or teams together.
Provide a fun way to meet your community ( and not just for children!
HERE ARE 3 EASY STEPS TOWARDS MAKING A GROUP MOSAIC PROJECT . . .
1. Designs and ideas explored through brainstorming sessions, community consultation or through a suggested motif. Art & Drawing sessions can also be used to come up with motifs. A mosaic design is generated suitable for communal work in sections.
2. Group Workshops are organised which are hands-on, fun and engaging for participants create elements of the mosaic. No experience is necessary as tasks can be adapted to suit each individual as well as the extent and length of engagement.
3. Completion : The Mosaic artist completes the rest of the project, and installs the mosaic. An internal or external mosaic that represents your interests and appropriate themes. The result is a durable and meaningful artwork which can enhance a public space for years to come.
Funding your project
We can help you source ways to fund your project, such as through National Lottery Awards, local Community Grants, Match & Crowd Funding, Corporate Sponsorship.
We are affiliated to Notre Art CIC (Community Interest Company) where there are many possibilities of getting larger budgets.