Sector Opportunities

Creative Wellbeing Commissions by the Free Space Project

The Free Space Project is offering commissions for online creative workshops and exhibitions aimed at improving wellbeing through the process of making.

The Free Space Project is delighted to announce a number of new opportunities for UK artists to work with them, generously supported by the City Bridge Trust.  The Free Space Project  supports arts and community activities within Kentish Town Health Centre for their patients and those in Camden. This new strand of opportunities enables them to deliver some projects differently using digital tools and online, whilst their building is inaccessible.

Across all the opportunities they are focused on activities that aim to improve wellbeing through the process of making. They are interested in working with artists whose practice relates to health and wellbeing. They are open to supporting artists with both little experience to very experienced artists, and are keen to support artists that are LGBT+, disabled, and BIPOC (Black, Indigenous and People of Colour) artists.

The opportunities are:
3 x Virtual exhibition commissions
3 x Creative workshops for adults
10 x Creative Activities for children

How to apply

To find out more including how to apply visit their website >>

PDF’s in word format, alongside an easy read version, and BSL interpretation is available to download via their website.

Deadline for submissions: 5pm on Friday 3 July 2020

Where possible their small team will try to support artists with access needs through our own resources. Please let them know via email, if you need to submit the application in another format or have any other needs you need to talk through.

Contact Information 
Jennifer Gilbert – jennifer[at]


The Free Space Project - Creative Wellbeing Commissions

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