Core to our practice is sharing our art form with others.

We offer groups the rare opportunity to work together collaboratively on impromptu visual art, enabling people to tell their own community stories. Our programmes are designed to foster a sense of individual and group identity, and also extend their visual vocabulary and understanding of pictorial issues.

Tape art is a comparatively low cost and clean art form, making it ideal for community arts practice. As an added benefit, it does not require a dedicated art room or easels, as we utilise pre-existing walls as temporary canvas.

We have also found tape art to be a powerful tool in a healing environment. We have a range of approaches for working in places like hospitals.