Art has played an important part in Angie’s life, from School to University and throughout her career.
Angie studied Fine Art (Ceramics) at the University of Leeds, graduating in 2000 with a BA Hons degree.
She worked at Ash Hill Academy in Doncaster for 10 years, her roles included Art Technician, Unqualified Teacher, and Community Arts Co-ordinator.
Angie is a freelance Visual Artist delivering creative, participatory workshops to all ages and abilities, facilitating numerous projects for many community partners, cultural venues and within educational settings
Angie continues to develop her practice, becoming an Adviser for the Discover and Explore and Bronze and Silver Arts Award qualification. She is also a Mental Health First Aider and Dementia Friendly trained.
Angie has many years of experience, working with vulnerable groups, including special needs, ethnic minorities, people affected by homelessness, and mental health illnesses. Sharing new skills and assisting people in realizing their potential, enabling feelings of achievement.
Angie is interested in art in the public realm and works creatively with communities to give them a voice and a sense of belonging in society.

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Press Coverage
An Artist who wants to work with the community
Chase Magazine by Sharon Gill