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Inspiring and empowering people
through creativity to explore, develop and grow


This programme of courses and information aims to deepen our understanding of the social impact that creative work can have – and inspire us to make it happen.

Designed to support and develop the work of socially engaged artists, creative practitioners and organisations.

The Co|Create Programme provides:

  • Work opportunities for artists
  • Artists Support and Development
  • Increased earning opportunities
  • Artists Training and professional development
  • Artists Resources

Our co|Create courses have attracted some high profile names in the socially engaged art world including François Matarasso and Prof Lynn Froggett.

The Value of Creative Facilitation

Friday 28th February, 10am - 1pm, Bath Artists Studios

The value of Creative Facilitation. This workshop will aim to reveal how socially engaged, process driven creativity, can, in context, support inclusion and enable empowerment of individuals and groups. A Creativity Works co|Create forum for artists, facilitators, creatives, volunteers and...
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Prof Lynn Froggett and Dr Julian Manley


* POSTPONED DUE TO UNFORESEEN CIRCUMSTANCES * Prof Lynn Froggett and Dr Julian Manley share their latest Creative Methodologies & offer an opportunity to participate in a Visual Matrix This session is aimed at people with an interest in arts based research and evaluation, including the...
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