About


Becky is a neurodiverse artist and creative producer specialising in community collaborations, creative facilitation and visual arts/design. She works with communities, organisations and groups to inspire creativity, make visual art and build connections.

Becky has produced large scale co-created community arts projects which have brought people together, nurtured individuals, raised aspirations and impacted people and places in meaningful ways.

Previous Collaborators
Aim4, Animate Arts, ART31, Canterbury Festival, Catching Lives, Compton Verney Art Gallery & Park, Free Space Project, Girlguiding UK, Gulbenkian, Harrow Arts Centre, Horsebridge Arts Centre, IO Arts, History and Disability, Newington Chill Club, People United, Platforma Festival, Portsmouth Museums & Galleries, Primary & Secondary Schools in Kent, Ramsgate Festival, Scouts, Sound Up Arts, The Big Draw, The D-Day Story, Turner Contemporary and University of Pennsylvania.

Exhibitions/Commissions
2021 – Believe in Kindness, Medway Council
2021 – Thank You Dover, Dover Council
2020 – Kind Things Happen Here, Electric Medway
2020 – We looked at each other, we knew what to do, Swarm Dynamics

Skills
Bringing people together
Maker of fun games
Engaging creative workshops
Project design, management and evaluation
Graphic Design, Sewing, Drawing, Making, Collage, Printmaking…

Practical
Organised – Thoughtful – DBS Certificate – Insured – Risk Assessments – Safeguarding – Mental Health First Aid – First Aider – Dementia Friend – Arts Award Advisor

Education
2019| Clore Emerging Leaders, The Clore Leadership Programme
2012| London Metropolitan University, Cass School of Art. Fine Art: Sculpture
My final major project was shortlisted for REcreative’s KUSAMA OBSESSION opportunity and became REcreative’s January 2015 Critics Pick. You can see more of the work here.

Want to work with me? Please get in touch.

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