We can offer organisations support to deliver their cultural heritage, arts and education projects. We utilise a range of methods of working, recognising which method will best suit a project and the client.

We can offer a creative consultancy to organisations, enabling access to new ways of working to produce stimulating and ambitious results. Using a responsive and artistic approach, we underpin our work with solid skills in budgeting, scheduling and reporting.

We can support organisations who have an appetite for meaningful educational and community engagement. Being artists, we bring creative approaches and solutions to the challenges and opportunities of community engagement. We believe this is achieved through clear, creative and entertaining access to those projects and assets, and have found successful methods to engage communities and create sustainable platforms.

We design projects to have a lasting legacy and sustainability. We feel it is important that a project is properly documented, catalogued and has a digital presence that is easily accessible. We aim to provide clients and communities with the skills and platforms to administrate and refresh their projects themselves once we have handed over.

Whilst connecting with local archives is often the stimulus for projects, we also think it is important to create future material for them, and many of our projects have since become part of the local archive. We design projects with this in mind – exportable resources, websites and on line exhibitions.

See our portfolio of projects here.


Image: Photogram of Knotted wrack by Rebecca. Seaweed has interested Rebecca since she first came to Orkney and started using seaweed in her art. Seaweed often crops up in her projects such as the Charles Clouston project.