Welcome to NASA UK
The National Association of Street Artists
an independent UK network of creative practitioners making work for Outdoors Arts
£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
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
For the Love Of It – 17
Fri 17th Feb – Sun 19th Feb 2017
101 Creation Space, Greenham Common, Newbury, RG19 6HN
NASA UK News
NASA currently has 95 Members, ranging from solo artists to large companies.
- How is the vote to leave the EU affecting you? 29th July 2016 How is the vote to leave the EU affecting you? Dear NASA Members, It’s now more than five weeks since the referendum vote on 23rd June, when the UK public decided to leave the EU. The dust has settled a bit and we thought that this would be a good time to connect with you and collect ... Read More...
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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)
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)
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.
We are planning to develop and improve Reframe The Streets and run more Outdoor Arts Labs in 2017 and 2018
Newest NASA Members (updated October 2016)
As we receive emailed information we post it here
UK Arts News
- Devoted & Disgruntled 12 What shall we do about Theatre & the Performing Arts now? Jan 14-16, Bristol 21st October 2016 Read More...
- Theatre Bristol Bulletin 20th October 2016 (the avocado edition) 20th October 2016 Read More...
- Theatre Bristol Bulletin – 13th October 2016 (the ostrich edition) 13th October 2016 Read More...
- D&D satellite – What do we do about East Asians trapped as portraying the Other? 13th October 2016 Read More...
- ARTCENA — La newsletter d’octobre 5th October 2016 Read More...
- Street Arts Showcase Festivals taking place this September 25th August 2016 Read More...
- Save the date > 29 Septembre / Rencontres Arts et Aménagement dans les territoires du Grand Paris – pOlau et Plaine Commune 18th August 2016 Read More...
- ISACS August Newsletter – Workshops, Opportunities, Fira Tárrega and more! 17th August 2016 Read More...
News from our Members
- international arts news: Nouveau ! ARTCENA – Le Bulletin n°1 sort aujourd’hui ! 21st October 2016 Read More...
- Stop Newcastle PSPO 20th October 2016 Read More...
- Bash Street Theatre – Off to the Seaside! 13th October 2016 Read More...
- international arts news: Autumn Newsletter – Irish Street Arts Circus and Spectacle 12th October 2016 Read More...
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