We reach out to, and engage with those individuals and groups including the most vulnerable in our society who may not have had the chance to be supported in channelling desired creative expression.
Our mission is to promote creative thinking through the arts, provide opportunities for talented people like Wayne Crossland and Mel Stabin to explore creative possibilities and enrich their lives through the arts. We aspire to create a culture of mutual respect and understanding between artists, educators, and the public.
Our pledges are:
To be inclusive to all and exclusive to none. No matter what challenges we face if an individual wants to channel expression through visual arts will find find a way to make it happen.
To be a voice for those who cannot be one for themselves and want to engage with visual arts. Making sure all individuals needs are met and respected.
To treat everyone as an individual and find the perfect channel of expression for every person.
To let people choose whatever form of visual expression they want no matter how diverse and support their aspirations to fulfil their full creative potential.
To constantly help with and provide research in which vulnerable groups and individuals interact with visual Arts and how engagement affects people’s lives. To make our findings accessible so to make the future of visual arts engagement better represented to vulnerable groups in the future.