"The ARTiculate team combine a vision of the power of artistic endeavour 
with the practical and human skills to realise it within a local community." 
Canon Perran Gay, Chaplain to the Isles of Scilly

ARTiculate is a diverse collective of artists who have worked together for a 
number of years across a range of national, international and 
regional festivals and community celebrations. More

What do we do? ARTiculate delivers a range of arts festivals, commissions and workshops, and we create public art works and installations. 
In partnership with the Isles of Scilly since 2012 we have conceived and run a series of Island Light Festivals, a biennial community feast and light celebration, taking place in early spring; we have been invited to collaborate on and enrich several centenary arts festivals in Italy; and we have been closely involved in BikeLights with Wadebridge Creative Hub since 2014. More about our work



"Awesome workshop. My girls have really enjoyed it. It was great fun getting involved with the activities. Really looking forward to seeing all the hard work on show this Saturday. Thank you to all involved!" Dan, Lauren & Charlotte Chodkiewicz

"Great fun! Such a brilliant community project to get everyone together and get creative!" Erica

“Wonderful to see our hall being used for such an exciting project!” Sue



“We greatly appreciated the creative input of ARTiculate during an outstanding project week at school. Their ideas and enthusiasm enabled the theme to come alive for students... and lots of great extra work was enabled through their ideas. They worked hard and overcame unforeseen barriers; they were flexible and professional as well as creative. The procession was excellent and a joyous spectacle. A big thank you to you all: great work! We really look forward to working with you again.” Nick Hodgin, Five Islands Academy



The event exceeded our expectations, especially in the number of people who were involved... The team worked very constructively and positively with the local community throughout the event, and went out of their way to explain what was going on and to develop flexible ways of working that fitted in with local conditions and aspirations. As a Church community we are delighted to have played a small part in it all, and would very much like to support future events.” Canon Perran Gay, Chaplain to the Isles of Scilly

We are grateful to all our supporters, who include/have included: Arts Council England; FEAST; Isles of Scilly Steamship Co; Five Islands Academy; CO-OP Community Fund; The Edward McDonald Trust; Isles of Scilly Chaplaincy; Teatri de Pace; Council for the Isles of Scilly; Isles of Scilly Wildlife Trust; Innes Architects; Bodmin Town Council.