My Friendly Planet (MFP) focuses on creative social engagement, enquiry and user experience (UX) through innovative participatory art, Art4Art and Waste2Art initiatives within mainstream environments and non-traditional spaces.

Our approach explores various concepts and media, which elicits positive physical and emotional engagement impact, whilst raising awareness in promoting well being, positive mental health and environmental action.

My Friendly Planet artists’ expertise in participatory art and interdisciplinary practices within social and creative engagements provide exploratory creative practices. The project offers various abilities and sets of skills to realise maximum impact, whilst maintaining ethical integrity. We offer secure, achievable leadership and balance to the project’s dissemination whilst providing beneficial support, positive and reflective individual dynamism to groups, individuals and to each other.

Current Projects Include:


The Creative Circle World Music Village at Victorious Festival Poster 2019

The Creative Circle project World Music Village Victorious Festival 2019

The Creative Circle project at the World Music Village, Victorious 2019 is a local community led project with the ambition to develop creative collaborations through 11 creative workshops. The Creative Circle aims to provide art activities to explore and celebrate artistic expression, creative skills, environmental action and cultural awareness between the local community and the public leading up to and during the festival.

The project is also an invitation to explore the concepts of creative social engagements and experiences to initiate participation, exchange artistic dialogues amongst the public, individuals, groups, organisations, volunteers, local and new professional artists and families towards achieving a common goal.

The Creative Circle project include:

PURE Banner 2019

The Pimping, Upcycling, Recycling Experience – PURE  project will offer Southsea Skatepark young customers an opportunity to customise their skateboard.

The PURE project aims to provide opportunities for young people aged 3 + to participate and engage within environmental action PURE workshops in upcycling their wheels. This could be your BMX, scooter, skateboard, helmet or other items you would like to upcycle. 

Dates: 18 August 2019
Time: 14:00 to 18:00
Venue: Southsea Skatepark

Creative Circle project workshops here.


I AM ME| The ICE Project | Year Two – with My Friendly Planet & Y Services LGBT Group

I AM ME: My Creative Journey gave Y Services LGBT+ youth group an opportunity to explore, express, experience and exchange ideas and concepts of identity relating to the LGBT+ community. Young people’s mental health and emotional well-being were threads that ran through the meaningful relationships between young people and the medium of art. The group have experimented with wire work, collage, soap making and bead work to create a unique final installation. The project helped young people with their emerging sexual identity and gender identity. I am me, I am you, I am him, I am her, I am us, I am they, I am them, I am: I am.

More information on the ICE Project here

The ICE Project programme is a collaboration between Hampshire Cultural Trust and Hampshire Child and Adolescent Mental Health Services, provided by Sussex Partnership NHS Foundation Trust and creative partnerships.

GROWING – Young Offender Reflective and Creative Project HMP/YO Winchester

GROWING‘, was a young offender reflective and creative pilot project at HMP Winchester. The aim was ‘An invitation to explore the concepts of transformation, change and identity’. This collaborative project was developed between Petersfield Arts Society, HMP Winchester, HMPPS Psychology Services, CAS artists,  Tina Sanchez and Laurence Dubé-Rushby, which secured £10,000.00. The project is currently publicised in the Trinity College Arts Award publications.

Read more on the project here

About what we do here 

For more information for one or few bespoke workshops contact us here

or for info on our founder visit:

Tina Sanchez Lead Artist  – CAS Artist 

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