Artsadmin’s growing portfolio of artists continue to create ground-breaking new work that tours around the UK and the world, such as Station House Opera’s Dominoes, Amy SharrocksMuseum of Water, Phoebe DaviesInfluences, and The Assembly of Animals by Tim Spooner.

The Artist Support service is helping contemporary artists at all stages of their careers with information and training, providing development opportunities and curating projects with young people. Over 200 artists have now been supported with bursaries.

At Toynbee Studios a 280-seat theatre, rehearsal spaces, dance facilities, and the Arts Bar & Café host performances, events and a hub to meet friends and artists throughout the year.

Artsadmin‘s work on the environment and climate change is of increasing importance in the work they do, from one-off commissions such as Michael Pinsky’s Plunge to its biennial 2 Degrees Festival, and our work with the Imagine 2020 network.

Artsadmin’s relationship with European partners is crucial including its EU-funded networks Imagine 2020, Create to Connect, Bamboo.

Since 2013, Artsadmin have delivered the Unlimited commissions programme with Shape Arts, aiming to embed work by disabled artists within the UK cultural sector, reach new audiences and shift perceptions of disabled people.