In a first for Prior's Court, join us for an outdoor art auction on our beautiful site to raise funds for our Performing Arts Centre appeal.

What is it all about?

Young people at Prior's Court, all of whom are autistic and have complex needs, will produce pieces of work during their studies to present at the event, alongside artwork made by artists from within the community, producing a truly inclusive event.

Pieces of artwork across a multitude of mediums will be available to purchase, as well as functional pieces such as bird baths or plant pots. But what makes this event different is young people at Prior's Court and established artists are taking part. This breaks down barriers and gives the young people here the opportunity to experience the transformative power of art within their community on our site.

Held within our beautiful school courtyard, within sight of where our Performing Arts Centre is being built, this event will be ideal for organisations and individuals looking to purchase pieces of locally-made artwork for display or show their support for Prior's Court by purchasing items made by autistic young people here.

There will be a silent auction for the main pieces of artwork with other items available to purchase outright. More details will follow about this exciting event in the coming months.

How can you get involved?

We're now looking for potential bidders to get in touch with us about attending. Maybe you work in an office environment and you want some artwork to display. Maybe you represent a village hall, or a parish/town council and want artwork for your environment. Or, you may want to buy pieces of artwork for your own personal collection.

Entry is free.

If you are interested in attending, please email [email protected].

The window for artists to express an interest in exhibiting is now closed.

(Pictured above: Artwork made by young people at Prior's Court)