Our experience is that there are hundreds of commercially viable works (including photographs) already in existence amongst socially excluded artists and writers. Most artists/writers remain unknown and unseen, not through lack of talent but through lack of opportunity. Since they produce work that is equal in quality to much found in mainstream markets why not a fair that specialises in this work? We see the Impact Art Fair powerfully integrating socially excluded people with mainstream society, markets and culture.
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Renowned author, Matt Haig, to open Tight Modern 10th October 2pm
On Oct 10th it’s World Mental Health Day and the start of Tight Modern’s four month tour of St. Helens, launching at St. Helens Central Library. The Tight Modern showcases outstanding work by 60 marginalised and disabled artists and is a miniature replica (9ft x 5ft with a 12ft high chimney) of London’s iconic Tate Modern.
As part of St. Helens Council’s Arts Cultural…Continue
Posted on October 9, 2014 at 13:48
On Oct 10th it’s World Mental Health Day and the start of Tight Modern’s four month tour of St. Helens, launching at St. Helens Central Library. As part of St. Helens Council’s Arts Cultural Hubs programme, a special event will celebrate this international day and see renowned author Matt Haig open the Tight Modern. 2pm start.
The Tight Modern will be at St Helens Central Library (…Continue
Posted on October 8, 2014 at 16:06
The UK’s first Art Fair dedicated to Socially Excluded Artists.
This spring presents a unique opportunity to view and purchase work from more than 80 of the most exciting, contemporary marginalised artists in the UK today at The Impact Art Fair. This is a truly fantastic opportunity as many of the artworks have never been on display to the public before.
The Impact Art Fair is the UKs first art fair to be supplied entirely by marginalised artists - highly…Continue
Posted on March 29, 2011 at 14:30