Update regarding COVID-19

To all our partners, communities, stakeholders and supporters, we hope you are keeping safe and well in these unprecedented times.    The Daisi staff moved to homeworking on Tuesday 17th March in-line with government guidance.  We are currently focusing on securing our live projects, ensuring that everyone involved is clear about postponement arrangements, and that in particular the needs of the young people and of the freelance artists…

Safeguarding Requirements

Daisi is committed to the safety and wellbeing of all children and young people that engage in any Daisi creative activity. As part of the workforce that helps shape many of these experiences and opportunities, we need to demonstrate that all our staff, our board members and our creative practitioners are aware of and trained to an introductory…

Creative arts sessions supporting young people’s mental health in schools

A collaboration between Daisi, schools, young people, and artists is moving into its second phase with workshops in 8 schools across Devon. ArtEffect is about devising models of creative groups taking place in schools to support young people’s emotional and mental heath.  Daisi has co-devised the project with young people’s settings, and with artists from…

Daisi Celebrates 20 Years

On the 23rd October 2018 Daisi invited friends, partners and collaboraters to join us for an evening to celebrate 20 years of fostering arts engagement in the lives of young people in Devon, Torbay and beyond. The evening was held at St Stephen’s church on Exeter’s High Street. The location gave guests the chance to…

Become a Friend of Daisi

Become a Friend of Daisi and play a vital role in unlocking the arts for children and young people across the South West, enabling us to reach many more people who will feel inspired and challenged through the opportunities we present. You can  become a Friend of Daisi from just £3 a month – please download…