ArtOffice undertakes research, provides reports and creates publications on subjects
relating to the place of art in contemporary urban and rural developments.
Additionally, ArtOffice undertakes research into the relationship of the
visual arts to environmental issues, science and technology, architecture,
landscape design, land management and audience development.
between artists, architects, philosophers, geographers, writers and art
historians are devised resulting in projects and publications which further
the debate on the artists' role in contemporary life.
As an educational organisation, ArtOffice produces its own public art projects
as well as collaborating with public and private sector clients across
the UK. With support from the Arts Councils of the UK, the Crafts
Council, arts designated charities and sponsorship, ArtOffice creates
projects with a strong educational component. By placing artists in residence
in schools, colleges and the work place and by staging workshops, talks
and lectures for the community in which a commission will take place,
a greater involvement with and understanding of contemporary visual arts
is experienced and enjoyed by a wider audience.