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Simone Kenyon

Simone Kenyon is a transdisciplinary artist, movement practitioner, researcher and producer based in Scotland. For 25+ years Simone has worked across art forms to explore the complex interrelationships of movement, people and place. She works with notions of expanded choreographic inquiry; encompassing walking arts, dance ecologies and cultural geographies to create participatory and performance events.

Matthew Wilcock

Matthew Wilcock is a ceramics maker and educator. Born into a family of potters he has spent most of his life emersed in the process of working with clay. Matthew is passionate about all materials, their properties and possibilities, currently lecturing ceramics on the Product, Ceramics & Jewellery course at Robert Gordon University, the only course in Scotland to deliver ceramics within its curriculum. Matthew is a co-founder and director of Aberdeen Ceramics Studio, an open access maker space designed […]

Dr George Jaramillo

With 20 years of professional and academic practice, George explores critical creative practices and innovation design processes within his work. As a design and heritage professional, he has led residential design projects in New York City and architectural/landscape conservation as historical architect for the National Park Service in Yosemite National Park or Historian at Grand Coulee Dam. As an academic, he has worked for the Glasgow School of Art teaching on their masters programmes in design innovation and as assistant professor at Heriot-Watt University. Currently, he is the Park Historical Architect for the Outer Banks Group of National Parks in North Carolina. He looks at new adaptive heritage practices […]

Dr Jen Clark

Dr. Jennifer (Jen) Clarke, Associate Professor at Gray’s School of Art, is a researcher, artist, lecturer, and curator. Her work intersects contemporary art and anthropology, focusing on ecology, landscape politics and sustainability, working mainly in the UK and Japan. Leading UKRI-funded interdisciplinary research and international socially engaged art projects, her academic background spans arts, anthropology, and artistic research, including degrees from Sint Lucas School of Art, Antwerp, University of Glasgow, Goldsmiths College, University of London, and University of Aberdeen. Clarke’s […]

Tamara Holmes Brothers, Ph.D

Tamara Holmes Brothers, Ph.D. was appointed Diversity, Equity, Accessibility, & Inclusion Manager for the North Carolina Department of Natural & Cultural Resources. Dr. Brothers provides program development and technical expertise to over the State’s 27 historic sites, seven history museums, two art museums, two science museums, three aquariums and Jennette’s Pier, 39 state parks and recreation areas, the North Carolina Zoo, the North Carolina Symphony, the State Library, the State Archives, the North Carolina Arts Council, State Historic Preservation Office, […]

Céline Gagnon 

Céline Gagnon has over 15 years of experience in fundraising, grant-making and governance in the performing arts and social change sectors. Céline supports small and medium size organisations to strive for excellence, remain financially sustainable and develop a realistic business plan underpinned by a clear vision and a sound fundraising strategy. Previous and current clients include: Theatre503, artsdepot, Cockpit Studios, Fevered Sleep, ACAVA, Chisenhale Dance Space, London Funders, Javaad Alipoor Company, London International Festival of Theatre (LIFT), Black Funding Network, […]

Complaints Policy

Download PDF Scottish Sculpture Workshops Complaints Policy Scottish Sculpture Workshop aims to always provide a high-quality programme. Whether you think we’re doing well, or feel we need to do better, we value your opinion and want to hear from you. If you are not happy with Scottish Sculpture Workshop in any way, please let us know. We welcome the opportunity to put matters right, for you and for others who might take part in our programme in the future. What […]

Community Guidelines

Download PDF Where we are coming from SSW’s mission is to expand the possibilities of what sculpture can be – always working towards positive social and environmental change. One of the ways we are working towards this is to recognise the historic and ongoing omission of diversity within technical workshops and the cultures that this can create within these spaces. We believe that this has led to narrower visions for what sculpture can be and who is able to make […]

Fair work statement

Download PDF At SSW we are committed to ensuring a supportive and encouraging workplace for our team and the artists and communities we work with that is in line with our values and with the Scottish Government’s Fair Work First policy. We want to make sure SSW provides an accessible, inclusive, encouraging and empowering environment that enables everyone at SSW to thrive. As such we commit to the following areas: EFFECTIVE VOICE At SSW our small team works collaboratively across […]

Group photo from Building the Clay Commons, photo by Felicity Crawshaw


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