Artsong is a creative collective who work with and advocate for people living with disability or compromised wellbeing to help grow their artistic practice and achieve their creative goals.
We work one-on-one with creative individuals and families through mentorship and consultation. We are flexible and offer a tailored approach to the needs and desires of our clients.
Combined, we hold university qualifications in Visual Arts, Fine Arts, Design and Teaching. Our collective experience spans the art classroom, marketing world and disability sector.
Artsong services include:
– Regular art-making sessions for social connection and skill development
– Creative outings and support at external art workshops
– Advocacy and representation in the wider art world
– Marketing and promotion including building artists’ digital presence
We would love to hear from anyone looking to be more creative in their lives and develop their artistic practice. We can help uncover your unique creative voice and share the joy of art in connection with others.
Please get in touch with us today!
- Support Work | Aid | Mentorship
- Individual Carers Support
- Peer Support for People with Disabilities
- Peer Support for Families
- Skills Development
- Disability Education
- Social Group
- Sport & Recreation
Regular art-making sessions
- Co-creation for social connection
- Visual art and craft skills and technical development
- Assistance with creating a body of work
- Respite for carers
- Inspired art gallery visits
- Support at external art workshops
- Nature walks and forage for art materials
- Transport to and from our studio / destination
Advocacy and Representation
- Goal setting and plan implementation
- Art gallery liaison
- Art gallery proposals and submissions
- Display and presentation advice
Marketing and Promotion
- Writing artists’ statements and resumés
- Building artists’ websites and online portfolios
- Art sales strategy
- Marketing and digital presence
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