Last Legs community arts organisation

‘Building Creative partnerships with community members’


Last Legs Community Arts Organisation: providing quality cultural experiences with the community. 

click on link below  to view all past projects

Our 20 plus years of community participatory arts practice as individual artists enable us to support participants to create high quality art works while experiencing excellent opportunities for engagement in relevant and useful life skills.

Over the last 7 years we have devised and delivered creative interventions to  community members that along with their individual art works have included

A large scale community clock, A full ‘recovery tram’ design, 4 large scale movie posters, Several large scale graffiti art works,  Two ‘Fantasy’ art shops,  A glass chandelier, and are currently working  on  a large scale mosaic for Revoe.

In short we have the ability to create unique art works with community members that create lasting impact and are meaningful to people we work with.

Aims of Last Legs Community Arts

  •  To facilitate the art making of any individual or group in the community.
  • To work with people who are disadvantaged through circumstance and have no formal access to arts activities.
  • To work in partnership with organisations that require arts facilitators with a knowledge of graffiti, and community arts-health.
  • To search for and identify funding from appropriate sources to enable Last Legs to provide arts activities to disadvantaged or under represented community members.
  • To provide arts projects and workshops with an emphasis on improving intergenerational communication whenever possible.
  • To provide opportunities for young people to engage in art projects that encourage literacy.
  • To promote health, well being and self esteem through community arts activities, projects and workshops.
  • To work in partnership with any individual, artist or organisation with our ethos when the opportunity or funding allows.
  • To promote graffiti art and its history.
  • To provide quality art experiences and outcomes.

If you would like to contact us please email 

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