Support Our Big Gig in your local area!

Our Big Gig events across the UK need your help to reach their fundraising targets…

Art, Crafts and Dignity in Care - free training event

Free training event for care workers at Dillington House on the 7th May…

Last Post across the UK 20th - 26th April 2015

First World War centenary project bringing communities across the UK together to play the Last Post on a variety of different instruments…

SEPE - Our employment skills BTEC

Supporting Employability & Personal Effectiveness (SEPE) is Superact's Edexcel BTEC. Using music, the arts & more to boost job prospects …

Superact is a not-for-profit arts organisation, established in 2006, using creativity to improve the health and wellbeing of people from a wide variety of backgrounds and abilities.

Working across a range of communities within the UK and internationally we use the arts to make a significant contribution to people’s lives; breaking down barriers, building self-esteem, promoting social inclusion and employability, and providing strong channels of expression and communication where previously they were not well established or perhaps did not exist at all.

Superact exists to help people gain access to arts based projects and initiatives that deliver awareness, principally within the healthcare, education and criminal justice systems. It might be helping a person with dementia maintain stronger links with a fading past, helping a young offender discover a sense of self-worth and expression that might prevent re-offending or giving children the chance to experience the creativity of other cultures.  

       

              

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