We invest in people with a learning disability through the discovery, development and disruption of the arts. Our goal is to help people with a learning disability to discover the arts, develop their talents to become world-class artists. We also disrupt the social and institutional barriers that prevent them from being recognised, supported and celebrated.
We do this through collaborative art groups, including a programme for people with profound and multiple learning disabilities, as well as providing one-on-one creative support and professional development opportunities.
“Pyramid has given me opportunities and experiences to unlock my creative potential and grow as an artist” – Liam Hirst (Development team artist)
We are part of Arts Together because we want to make art work for everyone.
Pyramid of Arts
Unit 68B Barkston House
Telephone: 0113 2346040
Email: [email protected]
People you may meet
James Hill – Director
I have been director at Pyramid now for 5 years and I love it. I plan ways to help Pyramid develop as an organisation, secure project funding and raise awareness of the work we do here at Pyramid. Fun fact: I have a dog called Rocket.
Sarah Cockburn – Operations Manager
I have been working at Pyramid forever, well almost, just over 11 years now. I am responsible for implementing and maintaining procedures, managing the charities finances and updating policies. Fun fact: I like sharks and board games.
Alice Clayden – Administrator
I started volunteering with Pyramid 5 years ago after I graduated. Since then I have worked as an artist, a core worker with Pyramid and I have been the administrator for the charity since 2018. Fun fact: I like to go travelling and wear big earrings, ideally at the same time.