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Cusp Community Production

Cusp inc unleashes new ways of thinking and doing through its best practice, community projects and productions that are inclusive, responsive and have extraordinary local and national impact.

Cusp inc has been behind some of the most eye catching community projects and productions in the South East over the last 10 years. 

Our clients delight in our approach because

  • we  see 'other' as an inspirational driver in the process of making art for everyone

  • we build ownership, confidence and cohesion in a wholly original way by engaging with the reality of people's lives and supporting them to lead

  • we are specialists in a diversity of communication methodologies: sign language, graphic illustration, audio description for access and artistic reach


Digital Inclusion - SprungDigi

SprungDigi is a project about digital inclusion for learning disabled creatives and communities working in West Sussex with partnerships with Access 2 Art in Adelaide Australia.

Wellbeing with a Twist - The Pantry Project

The Pantry Project  designed by Sarah Pickthall alongside Maria Pattinson is a community project that finds culinary solutions to mental health and physical well being working with a diversity of cross artform artists and community chefs. Funded by Arts Council England, Big Lottery C4C and NHS Recovery College

Sarah has worked with Horsham District Council over a number of years and her outstanding innovation and community connection has made our mass participatory project work a force to be reckoned with.

Nick Jenkins, Community Arts Development, Horsham District Council

The work of the Cusp inc and The Pantry in particular is unique. I hope that more commissioners and the NHS will see the intrinsic value and impact of this outstanding wellbeing and recovery project.

Mary Shek, Wellbeing Service Development Manager, Portsmouth County Council

Sarah really knows how to tap into the heart of what needs to happen in any project that she turns her hand to.

Lorna Brown, Former Head of Arts and Culture, West Sussex County Council