We are trusted community co-design experts supporting the development of inclusive, meaningful, positive places and communities. Our unique approach is rooted in care and collaboration. Using creativity, we bring people together around often complex issues, needs and challenges. To help facilitate a meaningful transformation of towns, neighbourhoods and shared spaces.

We develop, design and host community engagement and co-design workshops. We ensure people feel listened to, understood and empowered to participate. We have experience working with groups from different cultures, abilities, generations, backgrounds and lived experiences.

Organisations and community groups that we have worked and collaborated with:

VISUAL, Carlow, Donegal Sports Partnership, Camphill Callan, ICOMOS Ireland, Kilkenny County Council, Kilkenny Children & Young People’s Services Committee, Kilkenny Recreation and Sports Partnership, Lifelinkk and the HSE, Ballykeeffe Amphitheatre, Dunnamaggin Development Group, Ballyragget Community Hall Committee, Dublin City Heritage Office, Cartoon Saloon, Community Co-production Network West & An Áit Eile Cooperative, Self-Organised Architecture, Cloughjordan Community Co-Housing, KCAT Arts Centre, Trasna Productions, Fennelly’s of Callan, The Stove Network, Cow House Studios, Bi Urban, Temple Bar Gallery + Studios,

Recent and current artists, architects and designers that we are working with include: 

An Endless SupplyMichelle Browne, Eimear O’Connell, Ed Devane, Andrea Doyle, Kate FaheyBridget O’Gorman, Kate Griffin, Tim Harper, Islander Architects, Gareth Kennedy, Mollie A King, LiD Architecture, Sarah LincolnRuth E Lyons, Méahé Design (Kaye Toland and Amber Perng), Deirdre O’MahonyFiona McDonaldJennie MoranMarielle MacLeman, Ita Morrissey, Ríonach Ní Néill, Rosie O’Reilly, Vagabond Reviews, Studio Weave, Studio Anois, Todo Por La Praxis, Uncertain Futures, Luis Vega, Katherine Waugh, Jane Walker, Wrkshop Architects and Lucas Wilson.

We have received funding and support from:

The Arts Council of Ireland, Arts Office Kilkenny County Council, Create – National Development Agency for Collaborative Arts, Collaborative Arts Partnership Programme, Creative Ireland, Culture Ireland, Design & Crafts Council of Ireland, Kilkenny County Council, Kilkenny LEADER Partnership, Waterford City & County Council and Wexford County Council.

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