To celebrate our shared public spaces as places of community and spontaneity,

To build positive relationships between performers and local authorities wherever possible, whilst affirming the rights of performers to a livelihood free of burdensome regulation, and actively lobbying to change policies that threaten street culture…

To better inform street artists and performers about their legal rights and responsibilities,

To gather research and information into the positive impact of street art/performance upon our experience of shared spaces. To advocate for the unexpected and those serendipitous encounters that add colour to life!

To offer advice, support and training to artists and performers from a wide variety of backgrounds and approaches on how to get the most out of street performance, providing links to other national bodies like the Musician’s Union and Equity to ensure that artists and performers receive adequate protection from harassment and undue restriction.