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Sam Simpson, Community Artist

Sam Simpson, Community Artist

Community Artists & Freelancers

There are a lot of artists in my local community, some do arty things and some do community art things. I work with the few that use art directly to improve the mental health and well-being in people.

It can be quite a lonely experience working solo in a community setting. Most community workers come in teams from the big charities and social enterprises to the small peer led grassroots projects, they all have to some degree support in teams.

Community Freelance Artists often do not have teams around them and as such may struggle to have a supervisory style process to help them reflect and revalue the work that they do.

I provide a service for these awesome, creative, maverick lone workers.


Brian Eaton, Writer & Founder of the LECA Inclusive Community Arts Awards

Brian Eaton, Writer & Founder of the LECA Inclusive Community Arts Awards

Working with young people to assess the value of Sam Simpsons Art Project

Working with young people to assess the value of Sam Simpsons Art Project

Development Work, Janet Freelance Well-being Projects for Mental Health

Development Work, Janet Freelance Well-being Projects for Mental Health

Reflective Practice with Sam Simpson Arts

Reflective Practice with Sam Simpson Arts

Art for Mental Health Development Work with  Kris  Taylor (poet & artist)

Art for Mental Health Development Work with Kris Taylor (poet & artist)

Reflective Practice, Karl Child, Photographer, Germany

Reflective Practice, Karl Child, Photographer, Germany