Seacourt Print Workshop is in the forefront of art organisations which are actively seeking to engage with people from a wide range of backgrounds, needs and interests.  Through its innovative ‘Interhuman Project’ and ‘No Labels’ workshops Seacourt has developed a very well deserved reputation for socially inclusive community engagement work.

 Happiness, contentment and a big smile.  One of our newly qualified artist printmakers.

Happiness, contentment and a big smile.  One of our newly qualified artist printmakers.

We are committed to continuing these  important and life enhancing programmes by delivering and developing them in other areas across Northern Ireland.

We have worked extensively with many community and well being groups such as:

Action Mental Health; the Alzhiemers Society; the Cedar Foundation; Fibromyalgia Support, North Down and Ards; Jigsaw NI and Positive Futures. We want to hear from you if you organise or are part of a group which might want to do some work with us.   As an organisation with a proven track record and excellent reputation for delivering quality experiences for all Seacourt will assist organisations in applying for grants to enable participation in our programmes.

 Interhuman and No Labels project participants.  Some are now considering joining us as fully fledged members.

Interhuman and No Labels project participants.  Some are now considering joining us as fully fledged members.

 Amazing concentration and hard work     and still time to cheer us all up with good humour and smiles ……….

Amazing concentration and hard work     and still time to cheer us all up with good humour and smiles ……….

We also have long established relationships with other organisations such as:

Armagh Planetarium; FE McWilliam Gallery; Museum; National Trust, Mount Stewart; Queen's University, Marine Lab; Ulster Museum and the Ulster Folk and Transport Museum.

We have also worked in partnership with Arizona State University; John Brown University and Pyramid Atlantic in the United States of America and Vanha Paukkua in Finland.