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.

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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
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If you can’t remember your password;

  • click “Lost your password”.
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  • Check your email and reset


Twitter  @nasauk

Friday, February 21st, 2020 at 2:25pm
"Without Distance there can be no boundary, with no boundary there can be no taboo, with no taboo there can be no desire…"

FLOI 20 theme? Boundary.

Booked your place at For the Love Of It yet? Only 3 weeks left to go!
#FLOI20 #OutdoorArts

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Sunday, February 16th, 2020 at 12:40pm
An important event for those working in #OutdoorArts - join fellow creatives at @NASAUK's For the Love of It.

Details below 👇👇 https://t.co/1QDbDkCbiC
Sunday, February 9th, 2020 at 4:42pm
Extremely proud of our young people from QPCS performing We Belong to more than 200 of their fellow students and teachers. Thank you to #salusburyworld for commissioning @scarabeusaerial #RefugeesWelcome #SanctuaryCities #Counterpoint https://t.co/if0uLscp2f NASAUK photo

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"Without Distance there can be no boundary, with no boundary there can be no taboo, with no taboo there can be no desire…" BHL

FLOI 20 theme: Boundary.

Booked your place at For the Love Of It yet? Only 3 weeks left to go so best get cracking. Book in the link in the comments or go to the mail chimp for more info...

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Dear NASA UK Members

Here is a great opportunity for you to take part (for free) in a highly relevant and useful workshop!

Accessible Marketing and Environmental literacy for the Outdoor Arts - Thursday 12th March, Cobden Works, Manchester.

The first half of this full day training will cover tools for adapting your marketing materials and campaigns to improve access and reach for d/Deaf and Disabled audiences. This will be delivered by the Without Walls Access Advisor Alex Covell (and Engagement and Access Producer for Festival.org).

The second half-day session will support you to understand the direct and indirect ways to reduce the carbon impact of your work, considering the specific and practical challenges of the creation and touring of outdoor work. The session will be delivered by environmental advisors to the cultural sector, Julie's Bicycle (Chiara Badiali), Norfolk and Norwich Festival's Head of Production and Programme Mark Denbigh will also be available on the day to answer specific queries on sustainable production. Attendees will be invited to request a one-on-one allocated time slot with Mark in advance.

The workshop takes place the day before FLOI 20, also happening at Walk the Plank’s HQ – The Cobden Works, making this the perfect add on bonus to the FLOI weekend.

We have secured 5 places for NASA UK members through our friends at Without Walls. Places are being offered on a first come first served basis. Respond ASAP for your place. This post will update when places are full.

* We need to know by the 28th of Feb who will be attending. Fully paid up NASA UK members only can apply. (It's only £20 a year to join, and half of that is discounted from your FLOI ticket.)

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