Rocket Artists are an inclusive group of visual and performance artists who challenge barriers around art, diversity, learning and communication. They offer artistic and professional development opportunities for artists with and without disabilities.
Their supported studios in central Brighton provide people with learning disabilities the opportunity to develop and learn new skills, be ambitious and creative with their own ideas, exhibit and sell their artwork.
Since forming in 2002, the non-profit organisation has been commissioned by the British Council, Tate Modern and National Gallery to deliver inclusive arts exhibitions, conferences and staff training. Their work, which celebrates diverse identities and art practices, spans the arts, education, NGOs and health sectors both locally and internationally.