FUSE PERFORMANCE AND SOMERSET OUTDOOR ARTSEnabling art to become more accessible to all.

Fuse Outdoor Arts create arts projects, workshops, festivals and events and make work to inspire and engage. We offer opportunities for everyone to experience outdoor performances, contemporary circus and street arts and arts in public spaces.

Fuse is a not for profit arts organisation based in Somerset. The Fuse team have over 35 years experience working with communities and within education, regionally and nationally within the UK and abroad.

Fuse work co-creatively with artists, educators, businesses, communities, cultural organisations and with exceptional talented professional and young emergent artists producing imaginative arts projects and productions.

The company has an extensive record of producing performances, arts projects and events, outdoor arts programmes including delivering education and training projects. Fuse have creatively produced, Somerfest, Dunster by Candlelight, Create+Place, River of Light and the Bridgwater Quayside Festival.

Fuse celebrates over 10 years of award winning community practice as Streetlinkz Creative Hub and over 35 years cultural and community projects. We thank Arts Council England, Somerset West and Taunton Council , Sedgemoor District Council, Bridgwater Town Council and Wellington Town and Somerset Community Foundation for their support.

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