We provide consultancy services to artists, art directors, producers, art institutions, and practice-based researchers looking to be trauma-informed and sensitively work with trauma and/or trauma survivors.
Art is socially, culturally, and politically engaged and it can effect change in any of these spaces. It can be a powerful way of exploring and articulating trauma, challenging societal understandings, and making space for survivor narratives. Doing this safely and meaningfully is critical for all involved and for the impact of the work.
What we offer
Advice and support on trauma-informed art practice
Advice and support on how to work safely and sensitively with trauma-related themes
Advice and support with the meaningful involvement or engagement of trauma-survivors in your work
Advice and support in designing, conducting, and disseminating trauma-sensitive practice-based research
Advice and support in creating a trauma-sensitive creative environment in your organisation/institution
Facilitated creative space to check-in on the process, reflect, address issues, co-learn, and progress
Consultant roles in trauma-related art projects, such as survivor advisors (Note: We also welcome art partnerships which are not consultancy roles but artist collaborations - get in touch if you would like to work with us!)
How to get started
Have a think
What do you need?
What do you hope to achieve?
Why is it important?
Who does it serve?
Get in touch
Get in touch with us at the following address:
We start with a chat - we find out a little more about you and you about us. If we're a good match, we get things going!