What we do Opportunities Programme Arthouse Everyone has the right and potential to make and access art ArtHouse Project is our in-house creative arts programme that creates and delivers accessible and bold six-to-eight-week courses. Co-produced with participants and guided by qualified artists and teachers, the courses are an opportunity to learn, build self-confidence, be expressive, and form relationships in a supportive and calming environment. The project creates opportunities for participants to learn new skills and encourage exploration into employment and entrepreneurship in the creative industries. We collaborate with community partners to provide a platform for participants' work while also advocating for more inclusive mainstream art, cultural networks, and institutions. From pottery and screen-printing to theatre trips and drama workshops, there is something for everyone. Visit the Arthouse website Our partners ArtHouse engages with organisations in the creative industries to make opportunities and art more accessible for the people we support. We have worked with many partners across London to offer a range of courses. These have included, Deptford Does Art, Deptford X Festival, The Royal Academy of Arts, Cardboard Citizens, The British Museum and International Artist – Heath Kane. Creative Industries Project The Creative Industries Project (CIP) was a one-year project that linked the ArtHouse Project to our Education & Employment programme – Achieving Potential. It gave service users training courses, employability support and work placements, supporting them to progress onto education and employment within the creative industries. The course has reinvigorated me and inspired to do more creative hobbies - CIP participant Participants in the CIP either took one of the 12 in-house eight-week courses in filmmaking, jewellery making, and carpentry, or started a placement, training, or work experience in the creative industries - or both! Over 100 people engaged in the project, with 40 moving onto further opportunities. This included two carpentry placements at set design company – Fables Creative and The Old Vic, an apprenticeship in rail track maintenance, a volunteer position at The British Library, and acceptance onto a screenwriting course at Iconic Steps.