Sarah Christie is an artist working in clay. Her practice is motivated by a desire to confront and understand the world we are in, through connecting threads of past and present.  She has a particular interest in the intersections between art and science, and her work often includes public participation and engagement. Clay is a key material because its lineage is embedded in everyday life, yet it is socially and politically charged, is accessible, and has great potential to engage audiences.



Exhibitions and Awards:

June 2017 Small is Beautiful More and Less, Unit 3 projects, London E3

Jan - Feb 2017 Craftsmanship Alone is not Enough, Lethaby Gallery, London

Sept-Oct 2016 Brain Waves, Lethaby Gallery, London

Aug-Sept 2016 Pangolin Gallery, London, 'Mastery of Material'

June 2016 New Designers

June 2016 Central Saint Martins Degree Show

January 2016 UAL Showroom MEAD Scholars and Fellows Showcase

September 2015 British Ceramics Biennial

July 2015 MEAD Scholarship

February 2015 Green Week, Central St Martins

July 2014 E&J's Pantry, Endell Street, London

June 2014 Pangolin Gallery Windows, King's Place, London 

May 2014 Interchange Junctions, Howick Place, London



September 2017 Artist in Residence in Collaboration with Jaguar Land Rover, Craftspace, Birmingham


Teaching and workshops:

Imperial College London - Tutor at observation skills workshops, and sculpture tutor on Medical Humanities module

2017 Crafts Council - Selected artist 'Make Your Future' 2017 schools workshop programme

June 2017 - Craftspace 20th Anniversary workshop and open day, Centrala Gallery, Birmingham

Sept 2016 In:Site Festival of Graduate Creativity, Craftspace, Birmingham

July-August 2016 - William Morris Gallery, London, Master Painter for Clare Twomey's Time Present, and Time Past

October 2015 - V&A Late 'The Potteries'

August 2015 - 'Clay Cargo', Clayground Collective - Public engagement project, Kings Cross, London

August to October 2014 - 'Clay Cargo', Clayground Collective - Public engagement project with Camden Libraries, Kings Cross, London

September 2014 - 'Thinking Hands?' Symposium, Central St Martins

April to July 2014 - Community Focus - weekly ceramics classes to adults with learning disabilities, and care home residents

Studio assistant for Charlotte Hodes, Clare Twomey, Maham Anjum and Emma Lacey



May 2017 - 'Perception and the Art of Medicine', Imperial College

May 2017 - Creative Unions launch speech, Central Saint Martins

February 2017 - 'Aspire' lecture, Bishop Thomas Grant school

September 2016 - 'Forms of Protest', Brain Waves, London Design Festival

June 2016 - Central Saint Martins Graduation Ceremony, Student Speech

May 2016 - London Medical Schools Conference, Imperial College

March 2016 - UAL Undergraduate Research Forum, Chelsea College of Art


BA Ceramic Design, Central St Martins

2016, First Class Honours