• Tanya Raabe-Webber

    Tanya Raabe-Webber is an acclaimed disabled/visual artist challenging the notion of identity within contemporary portraiture, often creating portraits of high profile disabled and diverse people during live sittings in high profile public art galleries and venues.

  • Tim Baker

    Growing up in Northfield, Birmingham, Tim initially developed his musicianship as a teenager through playing in a church worship group on Sundays, and a death metal band on Saturdays. His first taste of community music was an acoustic night in Selly Oak, which he ran in return for a beer tab when he was 18.

  • Caitlin Kiely

    Caitlin is a practice-led researcher who is interested in landscapes as rich sites for narratives to be read, unearthed and situated. She works across studio practice and field research as she explores the spatial potential of narratives.

  • Rebecca Randall

    Rebecca trained in Theatre Dance at London Studio Centre (2003) and later gained her MA with Distinction from London Contemporary Dance School (2013). She worked as an apprentice dancer for ACE Dance and Music in Birmingham and taught in a secondary school before joining the Touring Company of Ludus Dance, Lancaster, as a dancer/teacher.

  • Miss Jacqui

    Miss Jacqui is a Poet and Songwriter who knows a great deal about working with the cards that you are dealt. She is someone who always tries to challenge societal perceptions, like what it actually means to be a black woman with a disability.

  • Lisa Simpson 

    Lisa Simpson is a choreographer and the new artistic director for Sense and the National Inclusive Dance Programme. Lisa a Liverpool based choreographer, workshop leader, and Director of Lisa Simpson Inclusive Dance.

  • Fae Kilburn 

    Fae Kilburn is a Midlands based artist and arts facilitator, specialising in printmaking with a Masters in Fine Art. A large part of her practice is the relationship with materials and tactile nature of the different processes.