Welcome to NASA UK

The National Association of Street Artists

an independent UK network of creative practitioners making work for Outdoors Arts

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 a 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 NASA UK logo on your promo
  • Ask NASA for help or advice on issues
  • Engagement with other NASA members

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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


April 2016
NASA’s Steering Group is 10 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), Lucy Frost (Molly Orange, London), Beka Haigh (Frolicked, Hebden Bridge), Roger Hartley (Bureau of Silly Ideas, London), 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).

NASA  currently has 98 Members, ranging from solo artists to large companies.
We received a Grant for the Arts to develop For the Love Of It (FLOI) for 2016, 2017 and 2018
We are preparing an application to fund , develop and improve Reframe The Streets and more Outdoor Arts Labs
FLOI-16 was held in Huddersfield in March 2016

(We’ll be publishing a FLOI-16 report, photos and video soon)

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Reframe The Streets website is live at www.nasauk.net

Reframe The Streets: In 2015 we joined with the Greenwich & Docklands International Festival,  The Winchester Hat Fair and Great Yarmouth’s Out There Festival and reviewed 17 show. The aim of this project is to develop Critical Discourse and Reviewing of Outdoor Arts shows, to develop public and professional reviewing of the art forms and  to help the Artists and Companies develop their work in a positive and productive way.

In 2016 we are developing this project. More news as it happens.

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Newest NASA  Members (updated Jan 2016)

Artemis Productions
Lukasz Puczko
Fair Play
GDance Productions
Uber Giraffe

Twitter  @nasauk

Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at 6:16pm
RT @Frolicked: Just look at what you're missing at For the Love of It 2016! As well as all the fantastic provocations,... https://t.co/xniC…
Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at 4:35pm
'Science, art, philosophy, religion - all the same' David Wheeler @ioutheatre on Inspiration and the Evolution of Ideas. FLOI #outdoorarts
Saturday, March 5th, 2016 at 6:06am
Morning Yorkshire! What a beautiful day For the Love of It! #outdoorarts https://t.co/Cdva5jLydw nasauk photo
Tuesday, March 1st, 2016 at 6:26pm
RT @ISANOUTDOORARTS: Book now for @nasauk #OutdoorArts gathering #fortheloveofit 4-6 Mar Huddersfield https://t.co/Y2fn95Yiw9 https://t.co/… nasauk photo
Friday, February 26th, 2016 at 6:29am
FLOI-16 : early-bird cock-up - https://t.co/LkpbCV0Bf8

Facebook Posts

Physical Fest’s Street Theatre Programme takes over the streets of Liverpool for one day only…today! Come along and see birds, bees, giraffes, a circus of fleas and some giant Spanish babies!
Followed by a street artists panel discussion at the Bluecoat from 5pm featuring our very own uncle Tacko and Jeremy Shine amongst others...
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In 2015 and 2016,  for specific projects. We’re not an NPO!

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