Welcome to NASA UK

The UK’s National Association of Street Artists

An independent UK network of creative practitioners making live arts outside!



For the Love Of It 2020

13th-15th of March 2020 – from 6pm Friday to 6pm Sunday.

The greatest annual gathering of Outside Artists: for professionals who make creative projects outside – open to all.

Discover all the details here

Find a Professional Artist or Company

Look at our List of Members or our Map of Members or download The Yearbook 2016 which shows you 95 + Companies & Artists

Click on this image to get the pdf (4.5mb)NASA UK Yearbook 2016 image


Membership costs

£20 a year for individual or Company
£10 for Students
£50 for an NPO-funded Company

What do you get?
  • Your company profile on this website, linked to your website.
  • Added to the Map of Members.
  • Join our email group.
  • Use of the NASA UK logo on your promo.
  • Ask NASA for help or advice on issues.
  • Engage with other members.
  • Have more fun!

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What we do

NASA UK is a membership organisation, run by its members. It aims to support and develop the professional practice of UK based outdoor artists by:
  • Sharing information and opportunities.
  • Running network, learning and sharing events.
  • Offering a forum for peer support and discussion of current issues.
  • Undertaking research and professional developmental projects.
  • Advocating for the sector and networking with key organisations.
  • Engaging in national strategy and policy discussions.

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NASA-UK currently has 112 Members.

Newest NASA Members

NASA’s Steering Group is 9 strong reflecting a broad experience of Artists and Companies working in Outdoor Arts across the UK

Sue Auty (Whalley Range All Stars, Manchester)
Mandy Dike (And Now, Somerset)
Beka Haigh (Frolicked, Hebden Bridge)
Jules Howarth ( Mr Jules, Cardiff)
Chris Squire (Impossible Arts, Huddersfield)
Paschale Straiton (Red Herring, Brighton)
Kim Tilbrook (Kim Tilbrook, Bristol)
Garth Williams (Safety Catch Productions, Manchester)
Mel Stevens (Aim To Fly)

Members Log-In

Log-in here to access the Members’ Area
You’ll get prompted to ‘try logging in’
If you can’t remember your password;

  • click “Lost your password”.
  • Use your email address to get a reset.
  • Check your email and reset


Twitter  @nasauk

Monday, December 9th, 2019 at 9:22am
Need some #OutdoorArts inspiration? Download the #OAUK19 Ideas Summit catalogue packed with 38 great new outdoor shows looking for bookings, partners & support. Inc @TheFabularium @HighlySprung #JustMoreProductions @Soznak >>> https://t.co/x4EWzPA7Fx https://t.co/ebXFYPpC9k NASAUK photo
Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 7:30pm
Head to @101OutdoorArts 10 Dec for a one-day symposium for artists, producers, festivals, funders & technologists to explore the opportunities to work with digital and creative technology outdoors and in public spaces. #Digital #OutdoorArts BOOK NOW >>> https://t.co/Ht27aowA38 https://t.co/UkZXQz9aqf NASAUK photo
Monday, December 2nd, 2019 at 7:27pm
Doctor! Doctor!! in 100 seconds!!
An Ambulance. A medical team. A farcical epic - mid epidemic. Your new frontline medical services. The satirical slapstick medical roadshow. Part DIY Surgery Demo gone wrong, part old time travelling medicine show.
#DoctorDoctor #TheAmbulanceShow https://t.co/8aliLpP56Y

Facebook Posts

5 days ago


Ramshacklicious and 101 are hosting a workshop on 31st January - 2nd Feb 2020 at 101 Outdoor Arts Creation Space near Newbury

John Wright - exploring the boundaries between Bouffant and clown.

John Wright is an award-winning international teacher and theatre-maker. He co-founded Trestle Theatre Company in 1980 and Told by an Idiot in 1993. He has worked on a string of productions and projects extending over three decades in Europe, Scandinavia, Asia and the UK, where his work has been seen at the National Theatre, the RSC, the Royal Court, the Almeida and the Royal Opera House.

Outdoor artists are invited to come and play, find more and apply for a space here:
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2 weeks ago


What gives you your edge?

At our annual gathering for Outside Artists - For the Love Of It, we always have a theme to draw inspiration from, to provoke us artists into connections, and conversations.

This years theme? Boundary - Exploring the Limits

48 hours of inspiration, creation & fun (& fine food!)

Where: The Cobden Works, Walk the Plank's creation space. 37-41 Cobden Street, Salford, M6 6WF

When: 6pm Friday 13th - 6pm Sunday 15th March.

FLOI 2020 aka For the Love Of It, book now to reserve your place.

#FLOI20 #OutdoorArts #NASAUK #OutsideArtists

(The concept and set up for this photo was Mandy Dyke’s, taken by Garth Williams and edited by Chris Squire. We met at FLOI. Perfectly illustrating this years theme to boot.)
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3 weeks ago

Jules Howarth

Quick quiz! Would you go and perform in Saudi Arabia for commercial paid work? Is it okay to take the money or would you have issues with accepting the gig? I'm interested to hear your thoughts and opinions. Oh, and anywhere else you wouldn't go? ... See MoreSee Less

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3 weeks ago


At NASA UK we like to be more straight up about things. We are all about imagination. But it isn’t rocket surgery. ... See MoreSee Less

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In 2015 and 2016,  for specific projects. We’re not an NPO!

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