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How much is enough by Faceless Arts & Sugla photo by Luka Dakskobler
Art with older people by Faceless Arts.jpg
The Great War Inspires by Faceless Arts @ Pontefract Museum (2).jpg
Snailympics by Faceless Arts @ Widcombe Rising (2).jpg
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On 31 March 2017, Faceless Arts closed its doors, celebrating a quarter of a century of inspirational arts experiences, provided free at the point of delivery, to approximately 40,000 people each year.

On 26 July 2017, Tony, Charlie and Bev launched new artistic adventures through a new charitable incorporated organisation called Edgelands Arts. Email Tony, Bev or Charlie via Tony, Bev and Charlie are also working as freelance artists.  Tony can be individually contacted on; Charlie at and Bev at  We would love to hear from you.

Faceless Arts is a collective of professional artists and producers, working nationally and internationally at the leading edge of creative community engagement often in the outdoors and with communities less well served. We bring art and people together by creating exceptional arts experiences which invigorate and enthuse people to develop confident and proud communities everywhere.

The audience help bring a driftwood boat carrying a cargo of puppets (representing migrants) into shore
Silk Painting representing the buildings on Wood Street in Wakefield created by Faceless Arts and painted by the people of Wakefield
Course attendees see how their interests and expertise are all linked

Experts in Creative Community Engagement since 1990.

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