Community

Small World is committed to providing high-quality animation and visual arts projects for all parts of the community, especially people who might not have good access to creative activities, including those from economically and socially deprived backgrounds, people with mental health difficulties and people with special educational needs.

For two years I ran three after-school clubs a week in the Handsworth area of Birmingham for a small local educational charity, working with “under-achieving” children, and in 2009 co-organised a lottery-funded arts project in Balsall Heath, Birmingham aimed at children with little or no access to good quality arts provision. I also run workshops for Acorns Children’s Hospice and Access Events – a Birmingham/Bristol based charity which organises activities for young adults with learning disabilities – St Werburgh’s Farm Summer Fair and Brisfest.

Non-profit organisations and charities often work with limited budgets, but please do get in touch if you think your group or organisation would be interested in working with me, click here to email, and let’s see what we can do!

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