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TiPP work from the belief that the arts have the power to transform people’s lives.
Rachel Bull, project director.
We are committed to the idea that the participatory arts have the power to transform people’s lives for the better.
Our work is concerned with personal and social change in pursuit of a more just and equitable society. We seek to achieve these changes by providing people with a means to gain more control over their lives through participation in high quality, participatory arts programmes.
We strongly believe that involvement in well-designed participatory arts projects improve self-efficacy, impact positively on levels of self-agency and improve social and cultural capital.
Critically, we believe that engagement with the arts should be a fun and positive experience. While our sessions may be exploring serious and contentious personal and social issues, we always remember that play and laughter are essential to learning and creative practice.