who we work with

Imogen Slater has an acute sensitivity towards capturing public response to our (often) socially focused art. Her work and approach is always clear and insightful. She has created bespoke, thorough and varying methodologies intended to engender great qualitative response, and provided us with succinct and rich reporting full of intelligence and knowledge. This in turn helps to shape our work moving forward."

Helen Storey Foundation

The Art of Regeneration (AOR) team have worked with a range of partners, including: local authorities, voluntary sector groups, charitable trusts, arts organisations, housing associations, government departments, the police and cross-sectoral partnerships. Whether we take on small, focused pieces of work or longer-term large-scale projects we give our full commitment to ensuring high quality processes and results.

Social and cultural policy areas in which we have interest and experience include :

  • Urban regeneration

  • Museum engagement and participation

  • Community development and youth work

  • Arts, care and health

  • Network and partnership development

  • The social impact of arts

  • Skills development and informal learning

  • Housing, neighbourhoods, urban design and community planning

  • Local economic development, cultural economies

  • Poverty and disadvantage

  • Equalities, diversity and cohesion

Working with Alison has been an exciting departure for Peckham Platform. It has meant that we have been able to articulate our learning around the development of social arts practices within care and mental health settings.”
Emily Druiff
Executive Director, Peckham Platform