Welcome to NASA UK

The National Association of Street Artists

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

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
  • 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



Reframe the Streets

Let’s talk about Outdoor Arts…
We see Shows – one writer writes a reflection, the second writer responds, starting a conversation that is shared. The artists/company being reviewed and their audience are invited to join in the discussion, real time on this website
Where and When?
Greenwich & Docklands International Riverside Festival: 26th-27th June
Winchester Hat Fair: 4th-5th July
Out There, Great Yarmouth: 19th-20th September

Outdoor Arts Lab, Bristol 2015

‘Words and Stories in the Great Outdoors’
29th September – 3rd October 2015
an inspiring and invigorating Outdoor Arts Lab, a residential course for up to 45 artists, involving 3 intertwined workshop streams on the themes of Words and Stories in the Great Outdoors.

Visit those pages to find out more!

The Yearbook 2015

All NASA members 2014 in graphic form

nasa yearbook 2015 front page

Click to get the pdf (11Mb)

 International News


Reframe The Streets website goes live www.nasauk.net


We have made a new logo and redesigned the look of this website. We will be making more changes over the next few days; its a work in progress.

Reframe The Streets: two intrepid writers Xavier Leret and Nick Cassenbaum will see and reflect upon a series of outdoor arts productions at three festivals

ITC –  Independent Theatre Council.  If you are are member of NASA UK, you can now get a 20% discount on your ITC joining fee!

Read more…

News from our Members

UK Arts News

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Bristol City Council
Grant for the Arts Logo