Partners & Credits
NEoN Digital Arts
NEoN Digital Arts in Dundee advances understanding and accessibility of digital and technology-driven art forms.
In recent years NEoN has been focussing on women, LGBTQ+ and marginalised groups, and the voices of their community are reflected in the makeup of their programme, staff and Trustees.
Carers, parents, non-binary and genderqueer folk, people that identify as neurodiverse and disabled, people from Black, African, Caribbean, Asian, multiple or other ethnic groups, people from the queer community, people from working-class backgrounds, and people from different religious backgrounds.
Access Space in Sheffield is for people interested in digital and electronic arts and more. Visitors can meet like-minded people, share and develop skills, and work on creative, enterprising and technical projects in an inclusive environment.
Fully 50% of participants in Access Space’s activities are people in danger of exclusion and on the margins of society. This includes people with disabilities, the homeless, ex-offenders, asylum seekers, refugees and people with mental health issues. Access Space strives to bring people from many different backgrounds together.
Leitrim Sculpture Centre (LSC) is located in Manorhamliton, Ireland.
The centre has a policy of collaborative engagement with artists and / or art forms, with changing landscapes, environments and places, and with diverse cultures, communities, practices, material worlds and public fields of interest that compose them.
Creative Heartlands is a three-year project in Leitrim, Sligo and Roscommon, Ireland.
The project intends to strengthen economic growth and sustain existing enterprises in the Design & Digital Fabrication sector, building on existing structures and infrastructure in the region to sustain and grow this creative sector across all three counties.
Mammary Mountain would like to thank these four organisations for their partnership in this project.
All four have a mission to support artists, and feature diverse communities in their creative production and experiences. We chose them as they reflect the communities we wish to reach, which will help ensure our work is accessible and open to all in their respective communities.