About Artpod

Artpod  designs & delivers visual arts kits , workshops & events for people of all ages & abilities.

We aim to inspire the next generation of artists, makers & producers. Our network of local & regional creatives we work with bring intimate classes & immersive artistic experiences throughout our community &  across the UK.

We create & deliver, SEN-friendly, participatory visual arts projects that engage with communities  & we support young people who are interested in stepping into the art world to achieve art’s awards & qualifications. We create opportunities & champion collaboration with arts & cultural organisations, charities, schools & our freelance creative practitioners.

We work with partners from across the South East & beyond to address barriers to creativity for all children & young people aged 0-19, in challenging circumstances or from economically deprived or culturally poor areas, in a collaborative, innovative & sustainable way.

Art kits

Family Weekend: Artist Patrick Bullock and Lily Kids Photo: Paul Mansield
The Lily Foundation Annual Family weekend

Our Process

Supporting children & young people's creativity is at the heart of what we do.

In classes, workshops & events, both in person & online. Our participants imagine & experiment via the process of creating & all involved get to experience extraordinary moments. 

Artpod is fully committed to supporting emerging young artists, both as an arts award centre & arts award advisers (discover- gold). We advocate creative relationships to nurture the next generation of artists, makers and inventors.

Image created by a young artist from the Virtual School during our artbox and live video classes  in collaboration with artist Jo Coles and Future Creators.
Artist Bethany from The Virtual School Art Club

Commissions

Based in Rottingdean, ArtPod is both an art studio & traditional shop by the sea however our twist is, we also make, sell and hire our creations and that of other local artists.

Unicorn

Unicorn made by Sharon Mee: Enchanted Horsham . Photo: Robin Morley