INDIVIDUAL GRANTS

  We have an individual grant and scholarship scheme of up to £500 which supports recovering individuals to fund creative courses or develop their practice. People can apply if they have a place on a creative short or degree course or have secured other…

COMMUNITY GRANTS

  Our community grant scheme of up to £2500 funds projects which have the potential to support the wider recovering community. People can apply if they have direct experience of addiction recovery themselves and have a project which will inspire or support others in…

CURRENT GRANT HOLDERS

  CAMILLA EMSON Camilla was funded to produce a collection of pieces including the performance workshop entitled Moves which was selected to be part of Art Nights 2017, a free contemporary arts festival run in conjunction with the Whitechapel Gallery. http://www.artnight.london Camilla will also produce…

LIFE ART COURSE

The Life Art Course is an integrated course drawing from the principles of the Life/Art Process® and the 12 Steps. The Life/Art Process combines movement, dance, visual art and creative writing to access the innate wisdom of the body and the transformative power of the imagination…

DIGITAL WITNESS COURSE

This three-day course, facilitated by Ben Groom, supports participants to improve digital literacy and harness their creativity through narrative by creating a short 5 minute film. Based on the principles of Digital Storytelling this workshop has helped participants improve self-confidence, find their voice and…

DRAMATHERAPY COURSE

The Hero’s Journey: A 10 week dramatherapy course for gay, bisexual and queer men in recovery from addiction. This project, launched in January 2018, is run in North London and is facilitated by Simon Marks. Below is a short introduction from Simon describing the…

MENTORING

We are currently recruiting people to join our mentoring scheme for artists in recovery. If you are an established working artist in recovery and could donate 2-4 hours per month please get in contact with us. We support all our volunteers and staff by…

RESEARCH

We are currently looking for research partners who will work with us to support our vision. Please contact Cassie Hogan if you are interested in collaborating. Also, if you are interested in the links between addiction and creativity please see our resources page.