Our aim is to spread the message of the importance of community engagement, and how fun, creative and accessible projects will benefit both the community involved and the project lead.

We partner with organisations, universities and others to train staff, students and attendees in simple, effective tools to deliver and engage people in creative community projects.

Our education workshops:

– Train staff / students in the importance of community engagement

– Showcase creative tools and methodologies in creative community consultationSharpies

“Great, interactive workshop – even the workshop was a community event in itself!”

“I learnt that the sky is the limit!”

“It’s really opened my mind about how we can use art to interact and involve communities of all ages”


“Interesting take on how installations and artworks can trigger awareness and thought process”

“I learnt how to get completely involved with communities and engage them further.”


“You were really engaging! Kept us interested and thinking through the whole day. Thank you!”

session content

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Making Connections: The Good, the Bad and the Ugly

Case studies of fascinating community engagement projects.

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Creative Workshop Challenge

Attendees create and deliver their own workshop with feedback.


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Where do you stand? Exploring Facilitation, Hierarchy and Leadership

Attendees explore leadership styles in community settings.

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Be heard (and seen?): Communication with different demographics

Attendees explore accessible language and communication styles.


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A Measure of Success, A Measure of Failure

Attendees share challenges and explore risk taking in community settings.


Have your Cake and Eat it: A Guide to Creative Monitoring and Evaluation

Attendees learn about effective, creative and accessible monitoring tools for social projects.








Our workshops can include bespoke resource packs for reference, further staff training, community engagement, workshop facilitation, activities and more.

Please contact us to discuss your requirements.

All materials produced for each project remains copyright to something good, something useful.



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