The Other Side Gallery
contributes to the growing movement of Contemporary Outsider Art.
We celebrate the sheer power and uniqueness of artists' work and the way it challenges negative public misperceptions and stereotypes.
We aim to facilitate social change by creating opportunities for access and inclusion in the arts.
The Gallery is managed by representatives from its membership: people who have experienced some form of social disadvantage in one way or other, whether through mental or physical health needs, learning difficulties, homelessness or substance mis-use.
The Gallery's members are drawn from a number of associated organisations across the UK.