As a visual artist and educator, Sarah believes in the language of creativity and it’s ability to transcend diversities and cultures, if applied in engaging, informative and meaningful ways.
Sarah develops contexts for play and learning that support whole family engagement in art galleries, including Tate Liverpool and Manchester Art Gallery. This strand of her practice has expanded in recent years to encompass a specialism in working with children and young people with Autism.
Her work was recognised earlier this year when she won the Curious Minds Museum Partnership award for her female-focussed project Look Closer: Altered perceptions, in association with Tate Liverpool.
Work portfolio: evelynarts.co.uk