Projects

Each to Another

No Bindings

Each to Another is a unique art education programme designed to support disabled individuals to develop their artwork through sharing their work with others. The project guides participants on how to facilitate their very own…


A map of words and shapes held up by a man. The words are on coloured blue and orange paper.

Each to Another - collaboration

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Artists in Motion (AIM)

Art in Motion (AIM) is a not-for-profit participatory arts organisation based in Bristol, UK. They provide opportunities for artists with learning disabilities to engage with contemporary multidisciplinary arts by exploring ideas and concepts with a specific focus on heritage, the built environment, and a sense of place.

Working with

Lily Green

Combining workshops, making books + making podcasts to co-produce multimedia literature + events with frequently underrepresented voices

Bristol Libraries

A public library service offering free access to books and digital resources in 27 branches across Bristol & online, plus author and other book-related events for all.

Spike Island

Spike Island is an international centre for the development of contemporary art and design, home to a gallery, café and working space for artists, designers and creative businesses.

Arnolfini

Arnolfini is Bristol’s International Centre for Contemporary Arts located on the harbourside in the heart of the city.

Each to Another is a unique art education programme designed to support disabled individuals to develop their artwork through sharing their work with others. The project guides participants on how to facilitate their very own art workshop.

“We often learn most when we have to teach others what we do. Learning by teaching is a great way to improve confidence and communication skills.”

The project is led by Art in Motion in collaboration with No Bindings and with support from Bristol Libraries, Spike Island Artspace, and the Arnolfini. The project addresses issues faced by disabled artists, including challenges to access, inclusion and a lack of diversity in the arts.

Through three distinct programmes, individuals will be supported to develop their art skills and share their practice through a series of public workshops which will be held at Bristol Libraries.

The project will culminate in a celebratory public event. Aspects of the project will be captured by No Bindings. This collaboration will result in a publication reflecting on the development of those individuals taking part.


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