Be a Resource Contributor

Highlight your skills, reach new audiences & help make AccessArt Special

A big part of what makes AccessArt special is the evolving collection of unique resources which form a huge pot of inspiration for our users.

As well as inspiring others, these resources also serve to highlight artist educator practice, providing a ‘shop window” for your work so that you can reach new audiences and find new work. They also help provide a legacy home for projects which might otherwise not get shared quite so effectively.

Resource contributors can live in the UK or overseas. You might be working alone, in partnership or with another organisation. Wherever posisble we try to ensure contribuors are paid for their contribution.

Find out how you can become a resource contributor for AccessArt below.

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We pay £42 per resource contribution

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Information for potential Resource creators

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Find out how to propose a resource

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See all current contributors

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See the creative practitioners and artist educators who have created posts for AccessArt

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