We are a visual arts charity supporting people and communities affected by addiction and recovery.
By working with people in recovery, the families and communities affected by addiction and contempory artists our aim is to give a human face to recovery and breakdown barriers.
Central to our approach is Recoverism which involves using the arts to promote inclusive dialogue and identity.
Find out more about us, our activities and our vision.
Image: David Hoyle, Apple and Other Fruits, 2017, performance, Home, Manchester. Photo Leigh Baxter
PORe's Arts Council England Elevate Programme: Keep it Simple Stupid
21-01-2020 31-12-2020View project
Apples & Other Fruit
22-09-2017 @ 7pm - 9pmView visual arts performance
@HOME Manchester 29-09-2017 @ 7pmView exhibition
Out of the place and at the margins: one hundred songs for Kneeze and Vijay
15-09-2017 21-10-2017View event
The Lost Weekend: Film Screening
@HOME Manchester 25-09-2017 @ 6:10pmView event
Sutapa Biswas in conversation with Dr Anandi Ramamurthy & Sunny Dhadley
07-10-2017 @ 1pm - 3pmView event
A big thank you...
Our work is made possible by the hard work and willingness of all the people, families, communities and artists involved in our projects. We are supported by some very special organisations and instutions including: