Menu Whats On

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


Imogen presented at Arts, Health & Wellbeing Symposium

Creativity Works aims to support participants through a process of initial engagement (usually as a participant in a creative workshop), onto a journey of creative exploration and further involvement (usually as a member of a creative peer group), where we nurture participants’ creative skill set and support their aspirations in order for them to feel […]

Read More


EXCITING VOLUNTEER OPPORTUNITY (Deadline 8th December AM): Would you like to be a Community Champion? We have an opportunity for participants from our projects to represent Creativity Works & other partner mental health organisations during the selection process in the Your Care Your Way review. This project is selecting which organisations provide services in B&NES […]

Read More

Watch our new film on “What is Socially Engaged Art?”

What is Socially Engaged Art? In this useful video resource, leading practitioner and thinker Hannah Hull presents her ideas on the theoretical and historical context of Socially Engaged Art and how it links to modern and contemporary art movements. Filmed at a Creative Conversation with artists in Bath, organised by Creativity Works’ co|Create programme, Hannah […]

Read More