Rebecca Sainsot-Reynolds        //     Artist & Teacher

An artist, educator and coordinator in arts, youth and community settings. My work thinks about space, place and new modes and methods of creative collaborations within. Looking at the spaces we occupy, stories, imagination and constraints; physical and mock mythical environments are drawn out and made up.

I have experience with SEN classrooms as well as Secondary PRU units and am very up for taking on students who are struggling with formal education. 



MA Situated Practice, Bartlett, UCL (2019 - current)
Independent Study Programme, Maumaus, Lisbon (2018)
BA Fine Art & Art History, Goldsmiths (2014)
Art Foundation, Croydon College (2010)

Learning Facilitator, Families and Early Learning Department, Tate Galleries, London

Creative Arts Teacher, Mill Hill International Summer School, London

Visiting Artist, The Brit School, London

Primary and Secondary School Teaching Assistant, Supply work with the Supply Room



I hold an advanced DBS certificate and am registered on the annual update service.
Details of certification provided on request. 

Safeguarding Level 2, 03/2019 (This is refreshed as often as possible for new roles)

REHIS Food Hygiene training, 03/2017  //  Access All Areas: disability & youth arts training course, 04/2014
IAOTS Risk Assessment training, 12/2016 //  YMCA Introduction to Leadership, 03/2014  



Exhibition: featuring in The Art of Caring, an exhibition of 124 artists work located in London Hospitals. (2020)

Publication: featuring in Comfort Zine, 1st Edition. (2020)

Visiting artist at Fuori Visioni 4th Edition, Piacenza, Italy. ECF Labs Travel Grant recipient. (2018)

KEEP ON, KEEPIN’ ON, Scottish Artist's Union, Glasgow (2017)
Programme of artists events and discussions based on the theme of ‘resilience’ with collective Keep it Complex.

KNIGHT FEAST, Shuffle Festival, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London (August 2017)

Installation with Katharine Daish, curated and produced by Rebecca Sainsot-Reynolds; Marios Stamatis & Lea Collet, SHARING SALIVA, Greg Hall, MyZone YourZone. Shuffle Festival commission funded by Arts Council UK.

WE WOKE UP FOR A REASON (LOVE IS A CASTLE) Glasgow Open House Arts Festival, Glasgow (April 2017)
Installation with Andrew Beltran. Curated and produced by Rebecca Sainsot-Reynolds; Pissing_Mary & Faye Korgasm, David Coyle, Marcus Orlandi, Ben Soedira, Alissa Murphy McFarlen, Bastian Birk Thuesen, Kirsty Hendry and Judith Browing.

THE HOMESTEAD PAVILION, Shuffle Festival, Tower Hamlets Cemetery Park, London (July 2015)
A 9 day participatory and evolving home space and programme with Katharine Daish. Funded by Arts Council UK. 



CCA, Glasgow, Creative Lab Residency; POOL(ing resources) City-as-curriculum (June 2017)
The Clearing, Compton Verney Art Gallery and Park with Christopher Lacy (May 2017)
Test Unit Summer School participant, Glasgow (June 2017)



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