storyteller


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

Beckie on Twitter: @becleach


Beckie’s ClimateCultures posts

Ecoart in Action - Provocations to Creative Engagement

Ecoart in Action – Provocations to Creative Engagement

In their third collaborative post reviewing Ecoart in Action, artists Claire Atherton, Beckie Leach, Genevieve Rudd and Nicky Saunter explore the provocations this book offers for ecoart practices and discourse -- complementing their earlier discussions on the book's activities and case studies. Read More
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