- We recognise the importance and value of our individual art practice and we aim to work together as a group to support our creativity and art making.
- We do this by producing high quality projects and exhibitions that showcase our creative practice separate from our work as art therapists and mental health practitioners. We aim to make our work widely accessible to other professionals and the public.
- To be part of the drive for social change in the UK by adding to the debate surrounding ‘co-creating health’ and establishing collaborative working practices between service users and practitioners. We will use the arts as a catalyst to promote the health and wellbeing of diverse communities at a local, national and international level, creating connections and conversations. We will achieve this by facilitating workshops, short courses and innovative intervention with community groups and individuals, who will be invited to make visual responses, be creative, build their confidence and have a voice.