create to connect
In extraordinary times, we all need to come together - especially if we're isolating, distancing or working from home. So, we’re trialling a little two-week daily creative challenge for you to do with friends, family, with children or community groups, for workmates working from home – whatever you like and however you want to use it. We'll see what the response is, and if you like it we we'll see if we can work something out for the long haul. So sign up and keep feeding back – let’s stick together, have some fun, and create to connect. Challenges start 23rd March 2020.
the January challenge 2020!
Beat the January blues and join thousands of challengers across the country taking part in 31 days of everyday creativity in the new year.
We believe everyone is creative
At 64 Million Artists we believe everyone is creative, and when we use our creativity we can make positive change in our lives and the world around us.
Arts Council England
In 2016, 64 Million Artists were commissioned by Arts Council England to produce a report looking at Everyday Creativity across England
Kings College London
Leading Researchers is a programme commissioned by King’s College London in 2017 & 2018
Hull City of Culture
In partnership with Hull2017, we asked how culture can be initiated, developed and owned by everyone in Hull
Leicester Ageing Together
Funded by Nominet Trust and Baring Foundation, we partnered with Leicester Ageing Together to explore the impact of digital technology on the everyday creativity and wellbeing of older people.
Church & Dwight
Church and Dwight are an American-owned consumer goods company with a toothpaste factory and offices in Folkestone. We were invited to help them tell their story, and see if we could help improve employee engagement at the factory.