Pinhole London is a diverse community project that programmes workshops, events and exhibitions with a focus on enabling community participation in the arts. Our award-winning independent venture aims to engage a wide audience by providing collaborative approaches to creating artwork with local residents, schools and organisations. We create opportunities for people of all ages and learning needs to participate in creative ways to discover, record and learn from contemporary and historical viewpoints. Our approach is inclusive and accessible for all. Pinhole London is run by Sense of Locality CIC; a not-for-profit company established for community benefit.
We are a neurodiverse-led project: Neurodiversity encompasses a wide range of neurological differences, such as autism, ADHD, dyslexia, dyspraxia, dyscalculia and specific language impairment. We have a strong track record delivering a wide range of projects and are living proof that neurological differences need not hold us back.
Access note: we may require additional assistance preparing applications and responding to written requests. We aim to help others with ADHD and dyslexia by sharing our insights and ways in which we have been able to benefit from guidance and access support. Feel free to let us know your own access needs when you contact us.