About us

15 years dedicated to enhancing lives through the power of art.

Art has the power to transform the way that people feel and it belongs in every workplace setting. The average person will spend more than one third of their life at work and the office environment has a massive impact on our health and wellbeing. The Art Movement is dedicated to enhancing lives through the power of art and it is our mission to raise wellbeing in office spaces and for remote workers.

We make working environments beautiful and nourishing in ways your employees can be proud of. Supporting artists and creative communities lies at the heart of everything we do. Not only does this mean that artists are empowered through artist mentoring programmes and able to sell their work, it also gives employees the opportunity to take part in creative engagement activities. Mental health at work is incredibly close to our hearts and we run activities that support mindfulness to reduce stress and help employees to connect with art in the workplace as well as when working from home.

A positive impact.


The Art Movement is dedicated to making a positive impact on creative communities. We support graduate artists through our art programmes by providing mentoring in creative entrepreneurship that is often not taught at art schools.

Managing Director Chloé Adams is a spokesperson for better business skills for artists and with The Art Movement team has helped to build educational platforms that support artists in this way.

The Art Movement also support vulnerable people in accessing the arts through a charity called Circus Starr. Children with disabilities, families on low incomes, those facing challenges such as domestic violence, bereavement or who may be living with a life-limiting condition are all given the opportunity to engage with art, music and theatre through Circus Starr productions.

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Featured artwork on this page – Top image; artist Alan Yaffe. ‘A positive impact’ image; artist Tomi Olopade.