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Our Artists

At Creativity Works we work alongside experienced, creative, responsive Artists who endeavour to ensure successful participant led activities.

The majority of our Artists are socially engaged practitioners. This means that they work with genuine depth and ‘an expanded repertoire’ – allowing participants to feel supported, factoring in time and space for personal and social reflection, development and growth.

We support and invest in our unique pool of talented Artists, specifically through our Co|Create development programme. We enjoy collaborating with them on many projects, but we cannot vouchsafe every external activity that they undertake.

As the demands of each project are different, we take time to ensure we match our Artists to projects according to their strengths and context requirements.

Below are our “Creative Core” of Artists who are available to work on your projects according to their specific talents and interests. This is in no way an exhaustive list of our Artists or their talents. So please feel free to approach us if you have a project requiring a specific creative genre / discipline.



Arts Practitioner

Anita is a creative and magical weaver of tales and works across art forms including theatre, words, poetry. She has been an arts practitioner for over fifteen years and has an experienced and innovative approach to delivering community arts events. She is an inclusive and supportive facilitator who...
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Practicing Potter / Artist

Andrew has been a practicing potter/artist for over twenty years. He teaches and runs pottery workshops and also has a workshop where he produces his own work. Andrew has run pottery workshops for school art weeks, after school sessions, Barnardos, adult carers, adults with mental health issues,...
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Comic Book Writer & Fine Artist

Ben is a professional comic book writer with a rising profile within the industry. He has also had numerous short stories published. Ben has a broad range of arts and community experience; he is a qualified teacher (post 16) with classroom experience and has taught fine art, graphic design,...
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Practicing Artist

Elanora facilitates workshops to support participants to explore their creative spark & find their unique voice. She founded Bristol Playback Theatre in 1998 where she facilitated autobiographical storytelling performances using the Playback Theatre process. She is a published poet and...
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Socially Engaged Community Artist

Helen is a published poet and has worked as a freelance community artist for 10 years. She offers tailor-made poetry/creative writing/storytelling workshops to adults and young people, and often supports participants with mental health problems. Participants benefit from the opportunity to relax and...
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Singer, composer & musician

Indigo has been a singer, composer & musician for over 20 years, and is also a qualified music teacher and Natural Voice Practitioner. She facilitates ‘Sing & Smile’ workshops which encourage people to come together, relax, find and develop their voice by singing in harmony....
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Practicing Movement Artist

Itta has been a practicing movement artist for 10 years, using movement for health, wellbeing, creativity and performance. Itta offers inclusive creative courses for a range of abilities and ages and encourages people to ‘listen to’ their bodies, to bring awareness to sensations and feelings,...
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Music & Movement Artist

Paula is a biocentric dancer with a background in music, community arts, and biodanza. An experienced facilitator of creative and therapeutic projects, Paula is currently running workshops in residential care homes for older people, and promoting the benefits of biocentric dance to support...
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Rebecca’s work is concerned with documenting human behaviour and illuminating the perspectives of individuals. She is interested in how wider forces such as economics, politics, fashion and social norms shape and affect people’ lives. Rebecca takes, what may be considered mundane objects or...
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