Forget-Me-Not-Productions is a reputable, high quality inclusive arts and assistive technology organisation. We are based in south Wales and have been operating since 2002. The Forget-Me-Not team develop high quality inclusive arts projects and education & reminiscence workshops across the UK.
We also specialise in working with people with complex physical and cognitive disabilities, using assistive technologies to make the arts accessible for all.
We are leaders in inclusive arts, disability and assistive technology. They are innovators in inclusive arts education, enabling everybody to express themselves creatively through the arts.
- Use inclusive arts practices to enable people from all walks of life to have access to the arts
- Use assistive technology in innovative ways to nurture creativity, develop new skills and also to bring disabled and non-disabled artists at all levels together
- Offer a variety of engaging and accessible arts activities (using our MUSIC-CAN framework) to encourage participation and also promote inclusion
- Raise aspirations to foster the creative potential of every individual, regardless of disability, gender, age, ethnicity or sexuality
- Programme a range of inclusive arts activities that reflect and celebrate the heritage and culture of marginalised groups
- Develop strong partnerships to create and produce music, theatre and a variety of art forms – pushing creative boundaries through ground-breaking inclusive practices
- Support the professional development of disabled and non-disabled artists at any stage of their career.
In addition, Forget-Me-Not-Productions also develops fundraising arts events for various charities. The areas of activity has included the 2010 Masked Ball: a live music event that raised over £1000 for Cancer Research UK, the 2012 Burlesque Masked Ball in conjunction with Made in Roath Festival: an evening of live music, satirical movies & burlesque entertainment that raised over £500 for Prostate Cancer UK, the 2013 Pick and Mix Allsorts: A Mini Music and Movie Festival – an evening of comedy, music & a short movie competition that raised over £400 for Macmillan Cancer Support, the 2017 Ace up your Sleeve: a music festival and also a live auction that raised over £700 to buy a doggie wheelchair for a disabled dog and the 2019 Pick and Mix Allsorts: A Music festival and summer fete that raised over £1200 for Prostate Cancer UK.