Dani Lee Arts was established by Dani Lee in response to a need for community art in south-West Wales.
“I am saddened to see our towns and thereby our communities becoming homogenised.
My ambition for Dani Lee Arts is to invite and assist communities to shape their neighbourhoods into unique, creative expressions of those who live and work there.”
To achieve this, Dani Lee Arts works with children and adults with a varying range of abilities in all sorts of community settings to create stunning community mosaics and earth artworks. The creative workshops facilitate participation, ownership and pride in our environment in a positive and uplifting way.
“We offer a depth of engagement in the creative process to all participants. This nourishes individuals towards making positive contributions to their areas cultural and community development.”
Workshops with Dani Lee Arts bring communities together in an exciting, fun and shared learning environment that encourages creative expression and collaboration of ideas.
About Dani Lee
Dani Lee is a highly experienced and motivated workshop facilitator and proficient project manager.
Dani Lee graduated from Wimbledon School of Art, London in 1997 with a BA(Hons) in Sculpture. Whilst developing her freelance community art work, she collaborated with Jewels Norburn and Elinor Seath in 1999 to establish Art4Space, a hugely successful community arts organisation. Together they have completed over 350 commissions in London and Wales.
In 2005 she moved to rural South West Wales where she now lives with her family and ducks in her self-built eco home (the ducks have their own house!).
Dani Lee Arts hold the following, all of which are available upon request -
- Current clear enhanced DBS checks
- Dani Lee Arts CV
- CVs for individual artists
- Full Driving Licence
- Public Liability Insurance
- Policies covering Code of Conduct, Disability and Special Needs, Equal Opportunities and Diversity, Health and Safety, Privacy, Resolving Difficulties, Safeguarding and Child Protection, Sustainability.
- Mental Health First Aid Certification
We carry out risk assessments for every project.
Dani Lee Arts are committed to raising environmental awareness within the groups that we work with. We use recycled and reused tiles, crockery and beads in our mosaics wherever possible. We use biodegradable cleaning products, recycled pots for containers and old cleaned rags for cloths. Dani Lee Arts support local businesses and encourage localised volunteering.