Not Dead Yet

In April of this year 2015 we lost all our revenue funding. Sadly we have had to make some tough decisions.

Street Game project: Box Society

We’re working with Playfuel: a company that make games that connect playful experiences with wider questions about the world.

Gemma Nash: “Technology: to augment or not to augment … that is the question?”

We recommend you check out Gemma Nash's blog

Access All Areas – a national conference from Culture Republic

Access All Areas - a national conference from Culture Republic. If you can get tickets to this conference DON'T MISS OUT!

Creative Activism with Full Circle Arts

Disbanners is a Full Circle Arts project based around creative activism

Gorse Hill Studios – Profane Illumination engagement project

In November 2014 we supported artist Hardeep Pandhal in making a new work titled ‘Profane Illumination’.

A Collection of Stories

We hope to build up a collection of stories from our participants, collaborators and colleagues past and present to form a legacy on this website.

DigiCommissions Community Engagement In Response to Plain Our Bed The Stars Our Blanket

In February we began our DigiCommissions Engagement Project responding to Dave Griffiths’ artwork The Plain Our Bed The Stars Our Blanket.

100% Funding Cut

You may not be aware that we’ve had our Arts Council England funding cut 100%

Digi Commissions Community Engagement Workshops

Digi Commissions Community Engagement at Bolton Lads and Girls Club

A New Look!

If you're a regular visitor to our website, you can see we have made a few changes. Please bare with us while we continue to populate the site with exciting articles, events and news.

Disability arts and the digital inclusion agenda

The basic premise of the UK's 'digital inclusion agenda' is “we're all better off when everyone's online”, which is the tagline of the government-approved Race Online 2012 campaign.