“Writing is often very solitary so I value being part of an artistic community and sharing experiences with other creative practitioners. It is an opportunity to be both challenged and inspired artistically.” Sarah
Sarah enjoys working closely with individuals and organizations on their creative journey, supporting them in exploring and expanding possibilities, in discovering ways through that stuck moment or in fine-tuning their project or publication.
Sarah has worked on creative projects with individuals and organizations including, Literature Wales, Cambria Books, The Attic Gallery, White Rock Neighbourhood Ventures. She has a long-standing relationship with the visual arts organization, Swansea Print Workshop as project leader for creative projects and editor of art publications.
If you would like to work with Sarah, please contact her through the contact page.
15 Years People and Printmaking – Project Leader and Editor of Fine Art Publication
Throughout 2015 Sarah worked with Swansea Print Workshop to deliver their ’15 Years, People and Printmaking Project’ – a project celebrating 15 Years of creativity for the organisation.
Sarah edited the bi-lingual English/Welsh publication 15 Years, People and Printmaking | ISBN 978-0-9544976-7-5 | Published November 2015 | Available from Swansea Print Workshop
“This project marks the end of 10 years’ association with the arts organisation and editing the special anniversary publication featuring 50 amazing fine art printmakers has been a pleasure and honour.” Sarah
Dylan Thomas Dialogues – Project Leader and Editor of Fine Art Publication
Published in 2014, Sarah edited Dylan Thomas Dialogues, a bi-lingual English/Welsh publication to mark Swansea Print Workshop’s contribution to the centenary of the poet’s birth. The publication celebrates the project’s aim of encouraging dialogue between visual artists and writers on the creative process. ISBN 978-0-9544976-4-4 | 2014
“This project was close to my heart with its aim of encouraging dialogue between visual artists and writers on the creative process around the theme of belonging.” Sarah
Fine Art Printmaking Arts Projects from 2005 to 2013 – Project Leader and Editor of Fine Art Publications
Sarah worked with Swansea Print Workshop to create and deliver over 10 creative arts projects which included community arts for young people, artists in residencies programmes, international exhibitions, collaborative and combined arts workshops.
Please use the contact form in the first instance if you would like to discuss working on a project with Sarah