Our Previous Projects


Parkfest! 4 A.V.S.

A party with a purpose.

Designed and ran by survivors of sexual and domestic violence.  This community family fun day celebrated local talent and local community.  Part of the AVS Project (Abuse Victim Support).


Part Funded by Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation, The Arts Council England and Awards For All England.

DAMSEL – Carnival Band

Part of the AVS Project (Abuse Victim Support), the Darkness Makes Sense In The Light Carnival band uses carnivals, festivals and events, to bring colourful and playful costumes, and bringing public attention to their cause.


Part Funded by Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation, The Arts Council England and Awards For All England.


LMHS – Digital Art

Part of Lea Manor High Schools enrichment week.


Working with students to create a 1.5m x 2m photo mosaic to be displayed in the Exclusion Zone. 


The mosaic contains thousands of pictures taken by students of their school. 


This project was commissioned by Lea Manor High School


Team SP – Digital Art

Working with residents and staff to capture years of Team SP’s volunteering and celebrating community projects and events. 


This project involved the creation of two large photo mosaics to be displayed in the Signposts Head Office. 



The project was commissioned by  

Signpost Starting Over.

Lewsey Farm CC – 40th Anniversary Digital Art Project with NCS

Commissioned by Lewsey Farm Community Centre to celebrate its 40 year anniversary. 



Working with NCS (National Citizenship Service) to create a documentary.


The film highlights and celebrates the history of the community centre, its’ staff and activities.

Luton International Carnival – 40th Anniversary Exhibition.

Celebrating 40 years of Luton International Carnival 1976 – 2016 and exploring Lutons’ manufacturing and hat industry. 



Hosted by the Stockwood Discovery Centre at 1-30th June 2016.


Part Funded by Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation. 



London 2012 Paralympic Closing Ceremony

We encourage our service users to step out into the light and expand their boundaries by participating in carnival and theatre performances. 

To lead by example Debra auditioned and was cast a role in the London 2012 Paralympic Closing Ceremony. 

Pictured here in the “Truck Invasion” entering the stadium behind the “Winter” truck. 

Love Luton 2012  – The other side of the ring exhibition  & Performance

The “Other Side of the Ring” exhibition and poetry performance is digital art & spoken word that celebrates art, culture, diversity and sport.  Highlighting the social and political aspects of the Olympics.  Emphasising how sports, nations, cultures &
individuals have been shaped by or had an influence on political, social and cultural transformations.

16 Days of Action – Our House – Art Installation

A 3D Advent Calendar House, with 25 windows, containing artwork and images created by survives of Domestic and Sexual Violence and set on a printed display matt depicting a garden. 


House has windows on both sides, 13 windows on the front and 12 windows on the back. Toured Bedfordshire during 16 Days of Action between 2015 & 2019


Commissioned by Bedfordshire Domestic Abuse Partnership

LMHS Enrichment Day 


We turned Eight classrooms into different continents, with exhibitions, performances, workshops and cultural foods. (Africa and the Middle East, The Caribbean and South America, The United Kingdom of Great Britain and Northern Island and the Commonwealth, The United States of America, Western & Eastern Europe, The Indian subcontinent, The Far East and the Asian Continent, London 2012 (The Queen’s Jubilee and the Olympics), Cultural Art Room. 

Luton Celebrates



Designed to bring people together to celebration Luton.  Luton Celebrates… is an art installation, documentary and performance that highlight Luton’s place in the history of industry, manufacturing and the arts; starting from the small hamlet on the River Lea in the 6th Century to today and the plan to become a City of Culture.                                                        Part Funded by Bedfordshire & Luton Community Foundation, “Big Lottery Celebrates Fund”






Lealands HIgh School -BHM


5x 40-45 minute Seminar workshop for 11-16 year olds, including exhibition, slideshow, workshop and seminar, exploring Black British History from 2AD and pre-history (Ancient Africa), highlighting the contributions made to modern Britain including; Scientist, Inventors, Pioneers and Innovators. Honouring the great tradition, using  seminar slides and exhibition to produce a story, poem or spoken word piece honouring Black British History.