I am an artist, teacher and storyteller. I currently work as Learning Research Convenor at Tate and am Studying for an MA in Art and Science with Central Saint Martins, University of the Arts London.

I am an experienced facilitator and teacher, with 5-years’ experience teaching at the University of the Arts London, working with academic services to support BA and MA students, and running short courses in contemporary art. I have a PG Cert in Academic Practice for Art, Design and Communication specialising in Education for Sustainability. I am training as a facilitator in deep listening and the work that reconnects, and have run workshops in school, colleges and galleries including ONCA Gallery in Brighton and the Tate Gallery in London.

I am a practising artist specialising in creating experiences for participation with the natural environment. I have a BA (hons) Fine Art and a PGCert in History of Art. I am also a storyteller, trained with International School of Storytelling and the Westcountry School of Myth and Story.

Beckie’s website: Rebecca Leach

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Beckie’s ClimateCultures posts

Ecoart Case Studies - Theory into Practice

Ecoart Case Studies – Theory into Practice

In the second of three collaborative posts reviewing Ecoart in Action, artists Claire Atherton, Beckie Leach, Genevieve Rudd and Nicky Saunter find plenty to discuss in a sample of the book's rich collection of international ecoart case studies, complementing its earlier activities. Read More
Beckie Leach

Ecoart Activities – Working With Place & People

Artists Claire Atherton, Beckie Leach, Genevieve Rudd and Nicky Saunter have joined up to review Ecoart in Action: Activities, Case Studies and Provocations for Classrooms and Communities. This first of three collaborative posts samples the guide's ecoart activities. Read More