Forget-Me-Not-Productions is a reputable, high quality inclusive arts and assistive technology organisation based in south Wales that has been operating since 2002.
It develops and presents high quality inclusive arts projects and education & reminiscence workshops across the UK.
It also specialises in working with people with complex physical and cognitive disabilities, using assistive technologies to make the arts accessible for all.
The Forget-Me-Not team 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 bring disabled and non-disabled artists at all levels together
- Offer a variety of engaging and accessible arts activities to encourage participation and 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 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 and the 2018 Ace up your Sleeve: a music festival and live auction that raised over £700 to buy a doggie wheelchair for a disabled dog.