Collaborative arts engagement projects

We are passionate about inspiring young people to explore their creativity and facilitating sessions that build confidence, encourage team work and help develop bonding through mutual respect. Our workshops and training for young people can be tailored to suit groups of any size and we can work with your organisation to provide solutions that address the needs of your service users.

With over 15 years of experience in providing quality creative learning opportunities for young people in the South West, our tutors are all qualified artists and teachers and specialise in working with hard to reach individuals and young people with learning difficulties and disabilities. We believe that offering opportunities to develop creative thinking and new approaches to self expression through art are hugely beneficial to the well being and growth of all of our participants - especially young people!

Luke Palmer has facilitated creative arts projects for young people with organisations including:

  • Creative Youth Network
  • Arnolfini
  • BBC
  • Bristol Museum/M-Shed
  • Bristol University
  • Watershed
  • Well Spring Centre
  • Trinity Community Arts
  • Princes Trust/Fairbridge
  • Bristol Children's Hospital/BRI
  • Colston Hall
  • Bristol City Council
  • Bristol Zoo/Wildplace Concervation Project

To find out more about collaborative arts workshops for young people and discuss how we can meet your requirements, please drop us a line using the enquire button below.

Street art inspired 'canvas-jigsaw' paintings with young people at Creative Youth Network, Kingswood

Street art inspired 'canvas-jigsaw' paintings with young people at Creative Youth Network, Kingswood

'Rainbow Zebra' mural by young people at Wildplace Conservation Project, Bristol

'Rainbow Zebra' mural by young people at Wildplace Conservation Project, Bristol

Collaborative painting engagement sessions are fully accessible and inclusive 

Collaborative painting engagement sessions are fully accessible and inclusive