Uncovered Artistry is a non-profit organisation, based in Glasgow, that celebrates the creativity of survivors of domestic and sexual abuse. We are founded on the belief that creativity and entrepreneurship can be healing and empowering. Uncovered Artistry hosts writing workshops, crafting workshops and a mentorship programme, which pairs survivors with professional artists for one-on-one training.
If this sounds like something you can support, please consider donating to Uncovered Artistry. Alongside sales and small grants, donations help us to continue with our programmes
Meet The Team
Eloise Birtwhistle is Uncovered Artistry's Director. She has an English Literature degree from the University of Glasgow and returned for her Masters in Creative Writing in 2017. Eloise works in secondary schools delivering the FOCUS West Top-UP programme. Her previous work experience includes planning and facilitating creative projects and workshops that welcome diverse participants, including vulnerable groups. She is dedicated to promoting the Arts as inclusive, empowering and healing.
Jaxon moved to Glasgow from the Isle of Man to study Business and Management at the University of Glasgow. He joined the Uncovered Artistry team as our Marketing Officer and has assisted us in making Uncovered Artistry a recognised, trusted and effective non-profit. Jaxon has always believed in supportive communities and he hopes that this can be reflected in his work with Uncovered Artistry and beyond.
AK is an artist, cartoonist, writer, and poet from Texas. She holds a Master’s degree in Creative Writing with Distinction from the University of Glasgow, where she was an editor of its literary magazine, From Glasgow to Saturn. In the past few years, she has bicycled across four countries, traveled to 24, and lived in the US, Denmark, the Czech Republic, Scotland, England, and Spain. She currently helps run the Uncovered Voices project and strongly believes in the therapeutic value of art and writing.