To everyone who has supported Art Is The Cure over the last seven years and helped beta test our social networking community, we have both exciting and sad news to share...

A few years ago, I met Frazer who would quickly become one of my closest friends and partner on a new goal for Art Is The Cure. We wanted to change the way people used art and created a platform to connect creative people all over the world who can inspire each other to be creative and act as a support network through art therapy.

Together we built something we are both hugely proud of but due to constraints outside of our controls, we were never able to dedicate enough time to get it properly off the ground.

The exciting news is that we have spent the last year creating a new plan to rebuild and relaunch the social networking concept under a new identity. Our dream of creating a platform where creatives can come together and share inspirational content that encourages creativity is still very much alive and we are taking the first steps to make this a reality.

Unfortunately, Art Is The Cure has to be put on a temporary hiatus while we build the new platform and find a way to relaunch as a proper charity with a dedicated team pushing it forwards and helping it realise its potential. We remain fully committed to growing Art Is The Cure when the time is right and making art therapy a global movement.

You can continue to support and follow Art Is The Cure through our social media feeds on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram by following the links below.

We will release news and updates on the new social network project as soon as we have something more concrete to share with you.

I hope you will all continue to support AITC and help make it a success in the future.
This isn't the end, we're just taking a quick detour to help give us the platform to grow much bigger in the near future.

Thank you again for everyone's support,

Rich and Frazer