Sarah Tombs BA (Hons), MA(RCA)

Lecturer

Swansea

E-mail: sarah.tombs@uwtsd.ac.uk

sarah tombs

Lecturer in Art History and Contextual Studies. Year Co-ordinator.

Practising sculptor, completed 10 major public artworks, exhibited nationally/internationally. Gallery lecturer at the National Gallery, London

  • Board of the Association of Friends of the Glynn Vivian Art Gallery
  • Treasurer Sculpture Cymru

I lecture on Form, Expression, and Concept , Year One Fine Art Theory module. This module provides students with an overview of Modernism, covering the major art movements from Impressionism to contemporary art. I am a dissertation supervisor.

My research interests are in the field of sculpture. As a practising sculptor I have completed ten major public art sculptures nationally.

I co–organise site-specific exhibitions, in 2011 at Kidwelly Castle and the National Botanic Garden of Wales.

My expertise is in public sculpture, in community art and gallery education.

Grants achieve include Arts Council of Wales (ACW) 2007, Arts Council of Wales 2010 for Ironstone Exhibition and conference. ACW 2011 for Castle: Sculptural Responses, 2012 ACW for Barcode Wales.