Work With Us

Our unique combination of skills means that we can manage the whole process of researching, designing and building bespoke art works and installations to suit any community or collection. We also love to collaborate and get people involved, working with community engagement and partnerships. We have experience of working for and with:

  • Museums
  • Heritage sites and organisations
  • Schools and educational groups
  • Community groups
  • Theatre groups
  • Festivals
  • Circuses
  • Private commissions
  • Other artists

We also deliver workshops and demonstrations, and can even walk you through the whole process – from research, design and build, through to engagement, interpretation and evaluation  – so that you can create your own miniature museums in your school or community.

Check out our portfolio for inspiration or get in touch for an informal chat about a collaboration or commission.

Desk of Ingenuity - Friction Project
20th August 2019

“The installation had fantastic appeal and was a major draw for visitors of all ages.  From hard to reach and awkward to engage groups such as teenagers and dementia sufferers to a more traditional museum audience the desk engaged, enthralled and delighted all who came into contact with it. Museum staff have been fans of the thought and creativity which has gone into Miniature Museum project in all its guises for some time, but this time we were truly blown away by the piece.”

Desk of Ingenuity - Friction Project
22nd August 2019

‘The staff and volunteers at Gloucester Waterways Museum feel very privileged to have been given the chance to work with both Tara and Bart. The Friction Project provided a fantastic opportunity for the staff and volunteers of the museum to become actively engaged with contemporary art. Tara and Bart provided a hands on personalised journey from concept through to design and installation asking for feedback and participation at every stage. The final piece invited the viewer to learn a small part of our history and heritage through pictures, sound and movement and made the small part of what is a quiet museum, come alive!’