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Let's find ways
to inspire together

There are a number of ways we are hoping to grow but these all involve the cooperation of like-minded, passionate and creative people who wish to be part of this movement. Find out more below & reach out!

Opportunities for artists

We love hearing from like-minded creatives and learning about your own experiences and journeys through creative therapy. We welcome artists, designers and fellow creatives wanting to share their stories with us in any inspiring format, including:

Blog Interview
Podcast Interview
Street art mural
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& events

Whether you're interested in interviewing Rich Simmons, Art Is The Cure's founder, or helping us spread our organisation's story and vision through a speaking opportunity or similar creative space, we're always keen to hear about new media opportunities.

Ideation Workshop
& ambassadors

We're always keen to work with new partner brands and organisations on innovative and collaborative projects, which would showcase our mutual support for creative therapy and mental health awareness. Let us know about your collaboration idea, which could be:

Product - Merch Collab
Social Media Campaign
Street Art 
School visits, clubs
& creative workshops

What makes us different is that we believe that inspiring students to learn about creative therapy and the creative industry is too important to let school budgets get in the way. We've been running self-funded, engaging talks and workshops for over a decade and would love to discuss an opportunity to do so with you.

One of the amazing things we have seen take place after visiting a school is the students wanting to create something that continues our message of hope, unity and creativity alive. Some schools have created Art Is The Cure clubs for students to visit, a support network to talk to or a way for students mentor or support one another through their art journeys.

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Merch & donations fund our work

Profits from our merchandise sales and charitable donations go back into the project to fund school visits, create new content and promote art therapy through our various initiatives. Schools often don't have the budget to pay for outside speakers to visit, so we took this upon ourselves to fund the school visits ourselves.

An average school visit or workshop would cost £200, so by selling 10 t-shirts, we can visit a school for free and inspire hundreds of kids about art therapy and how to grow a passion for creativity into a life changing skillset. 


 Get in touch with your idea,
we look forward to hearing from you! 

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