Sarah Evelyn Marsh

Sarah Evelyn Marsh, UK based visual artist, educator and consultant, with a diverse and exciting portfolio of work and experiences.


I imagine, design and construct interactive installations in galleries to provide context for play and learning that support whole family engagement. In recent years, this has expanded to encompass a specialism in working with children and young people with Autism.

I presented my ideas and process at the Why & How conference at the Royal Academy of Art, London on 18th March 2017.

I have recently been awarded an Arts Council funded Travel Bursary, to develop my research of Autism-friendly approaches within art and education. You can follow my new project here.


With a background in education and project management, I am extremely proactive in the promotion of creativity as a tool of expression, communication and wellbeing. I have over twelve years experience of working with international art institutions and organisations that include Tate Liverpool, Manchester Art Gallery, The Whitworth, Laznia Centre for Contemporary Arts, Gdansk, Poland, The British Council, Arts Council England, Clore Duffield Foundation, Heritage Lottery Funding, Salford Council and Manchester City Council.


Still from Look Closer: Altered perceptions film. A peer led project with a group of young women from across Merseyside. Tate Exchange, Tate Liverpool. Feb 2017