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Teaching, Workshops and
Access consultancy training

I have had many years experience teaching children and adults one to one and in groups, and have also run outdoor, socially distanced art classes for all levels and ages. My approach is to be accessible and inclusive.

Sally working with undergraduate students at University of Art, Kyoto, Japan.

Photo of Sally working with undergraduate students at University of Art, Kyoto, Japan.

My participative arts workshops have incldued drawing installations at Sage Gateshead for children and families as part of BBC3 Free Thinking Festival, the Hunterian Museum for the Big Draw and at Trafalgar Square and Olympic Park for Liberty Festivals. I have also worked as an artist in schools.

I have run art classes for visually impaired adults through Adult Education, Community Centres and galleries. In a partnership project with VocalEyes and ArtUK I facilitated tours and workshops inspired by sculpture collections at Leeds City Art Gallery and Doncaster Museum. As a freelancer I have also delivered audio described tours and practical workshops at many galleries and museums, including Tate Britain and Tate Modern, Gunnersbury Park Museum and Whitechapel Gallery.

As a freelance access consultant for VocalEyes I have delivered visual awareness/audio description training to staff in galleries, museums big and small and heritage sites as varied as the British Museum, London Zoo and Sherwood Forest. I have delivered Disability Equality Training with Shape at SAIC Chicago and for staff at British Council, Edo Tokyo Museum, Tokyo Metropolitan Art Museum, and Toyohashi Arts Theatre PLAT in Japan.

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