At Sidmouth School of Art, we use art and creativity to engage, explore and educate through a constellation of cultural activities.
Sidmouth's town square is home to two iconic telephone boxes which have been restored and transformed into art spaces that feature Antiquities and Contemporary Art.
Riverside Walkway Revitalised aims to improve the public walkway from the Ham playpark to the mouth of the river Sid and Alma Bridge. Outdoor galleries and a brass rubbing trail will highlight local heritage and biodiversity to create a reflective wellbeing space.
We are committed, in the pursuit of our mission to inclusion, equality and diversity. We treat ourselves and others with respect, dignity and kindness. We are curious, collaborative and constantly learning. Through our creative cultural approach we strive to proactively inspire and empower ourselves and others to reflect our commitment.Sidmouth School of Art equality, diversity and inclusion statement
6th December, 2023
The original artworks are exhibited at the Old Unitarian Meeting House, Sidmouth, 9-12 Dec, 11am to 4pm.
9th November, 2023
Listen to David talking about his creative journey and role in Sidmouth School of Art
18th October, 2023
We are delighted to have Emma Molony's screen printed billboard artwork, created for Sidmouth Wallspace and digitalised by Sam Eyre, featured in this beautifully packaged magazine for printmakers. Emma's work was on display earlier this summer, pictured here with SSA's Trustee/Co-Founder Artist David Shrigley.