Art In Motion

Supporting and empowering artists who face disabling barriers to reach their full artistic potential.

Art in Motion (AIM) is a not-for-profit participatory arts organisation based in Bristol, UK.

We provide opportunities for artists with learning disabilities to engage with contemporary multidisciplinary arts by exploring ideas and concepts with a specific focus on heritage, the built environment and a sense of place.

To ensure the safety and protection of our artists, AIM are currently providing remote support.

We have launched the Postal Project as a way to inspire and encourage artists to explore their creativity through this challenging time.

For more information, visit our projects page or get in touch with our team.

Artists

Our artists are at the core of everything we do. They are a multi talented collective who have exhibited their work both locally and internationally.

Meet the artists

Current Projects

AIM projects provide opportunities for artists with learning disabilities to develop their creative practice, expand their creativity and share work publicly.

Check out our current projects

Stuff We’ve Done

The AIM artists have been involved in many kinds of projects and events, both individually and as part of a collective.

Visit our blog to find out what we have been up to

Get Involved

Would you like to find out about how AIM could support you? Or maybe you would like to become an AIM supporter or affiliate?

Get in contact here

Meet the Team

AIM’s Artist Facilitators support the artist’s through mentoring, skill development and identifying opportunities to showcase their work.

Meet the team

Meet the AIM Board

The board voluntarily support AIM with professional advice, guidance and support in it’s growth and development.

Meet the board


AIM’s mission is to reduce inequalities in the visual arts; enhance the well-being of artists with learning disabilities by supporting them to engage in the arts; and to improve perceptions of the ability of people with learning disabilities to fully contribute and participate in contemporary art.

Colin Higginson, Artist and Founder of AIM


AIM would like to support more artists!

Find out how we could help you develop your creative practice by getting in touch.