The artist-led, bespoke projects we produce with our partners are exploratory and open-ended, rooted from the outset in participation and learning, in its broadest sense. We create encounters that encourage conversations around lived experience. Finding and sharing untold stories, our projects support well-being, skill development, learning and freedom of expression.
Collectively, we’ve worked with a diverse range of people including children and young people, young mothers, LGBTQ+ and neurodiverse communites, survivors of domestic and sexual violence, people with dementia. We are particularly skilled at working with people at challenging points in their lives.
We provide opportunities for socially-engaged artists to share practice through peer critique and action research projects, plus we support artists new to social arts practice with training and mentoring opportunities.
If you represent an organisation interested in creative learning, or you’re an artist interested in socially-engaged practice, we’d love to hear from you.
Equality, Diversity & Inclusion Statement
Our work is based on connecting artists, people and places. We couldn’t do this without a strong commitment to equality, diversity and inclusion. Corridor’s projects are inclusive, ensuring everybody is able to participate and contribute, regardless of the barriers they may face. We celebrate diversity, recognising, respecting and valuing people’s differences.