Always something moves, Sophie Lee, 2020

How We Work

We collaborate with artists to develop and curate ambitious creative projects


We provide critique and artist professional development support through mentoring, courses and workshops


We partner with galleries, museums and organisations across the UK to co-curate exhibitions, events and other creative projects


We work with partners across the UK to provide training courses and workshops for creative people


We enjoy telling stories and creating experiences for audiences and participants. Often led through a collaborative process between artist(s) and partner venues across the UK, we take a hands-on role with all elements leading up to a public presentation.

Typical roles can include:

  • artist support & critique of work
  • venue liaison
  • fundraising
  • promotion & marketing campaigns
  • curation & installation
  • facilitation of accompanying events


We have extensive experience developing and receiving successful arts funding for projects with individual artists, collectives and small organisations.

We are able to offer:

  • Project development support for future fundraising
  • Proofreading & editing
  • Access support for application writing

Courses & workshops

We regularly partner with arts organisations and institutions across the UK to deliver in-person and online artist development sessions for creative people. These can be one-off workshops or ongoing programmes centered around various themes or requirements.

Example workshops include:

  • Making a strong application
  • Finding the right opportunity
  • Talking about your work
  • Writing about your work
  • Understanding your audience
  • Funding and fundraising
  • Project planning


We offer small-scale arts collectives, galleries and groups consultancy support.

This can include:

  • business planning
  • strategic planning
  • programming support
  • best practice for working with artists

Current & Past Partners

From exhibitions and events to courses and workshops, we enjoy working in collaboration with partners across the UK.



  • &Model Gallery, Leeds, UK
  • Air Gallery, Altrincham, UK
  • AirSpace Gallery, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
  • Arcadecardiff, Cardiff, UK
  • Bankley Gallery, Manchester, UK
  • Bloc Projects, Sheffield, UK
  • British Land, London, UK
  • Broadgate, London, UK
  • Broadway Gallery, Letchworth, UK
  • Bury Art Museum, Bury, UK
  • Castlefield Gallery, Manchester, UK
  • Chiara Williams Contemporary Art, London, UK
  • Cube, Manchester, UK
  • Finnish Art Agency, Helsinki, Finland
  • HOME, Manchester, UK
  • Institute of Curiosity & Curating, London, UK
  • London Art Fair
  • Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
  • Manchester Central Library, Manchester, UK
  • The Manchester Contemporary, Manchester, UK
  • The NewBridge Project, Gateshead, UK
  • The Old Fire Station, Oxford, UK
  • Old Granada Studios, Manchester, UK
  • Platform A Gallery, Middlesbrough, UK
  • Rosie Glenn Fine Art, London, UK
  • Standpoint Gallery, London, UK
  • The Tetley, Leeds, UK
  • Vane, Newcastle, UK

Courses & workshops

  • The Auxiliary Project Space & Studios, Middlesbrough, UK
  • Broadway Gallery, Letchworth, UK
  • CCA Derry/Londonderry, Northern Ireland
  • Clayhill Arts, Somerset, UK
  • Cultivator Cornwall, UK
  • Hatchery Arts, UK
  • Heart of Glass, St Helens, UK
  • Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
  • Modern Art Oxford, Oxford, UK
  • New Art Exchange, Nottingham
  • NN Contemporary Art Northampton, Northampton, UK
  • Salford Museum & Art Gallery, Salford, UK
  • Sotheby’s Institute of Art, London, UK
  • Staffordshire University, Stoke-on-Trent, UK
  • Twentysevenb Studios, Macclesfield, UK
  • The Whitaker, Rawtenstall
  • The Whitworth, Manchester, UK


  • Arts Council England
  • Cheshire East Council Cultural Framework
  • Cultivator Cornwall, UK
  • Farrow & Ball
  • HOME, Manchester, UK
  • Manchester Art Gallery, Manchester, UK
  • St. John’s, Manchester, UK
  • University of Central Lancashire, Preston, UK
  • University of Salford, Salford, UK
  • University of Salford Art Collection, Salford, UK