Sally Madge

Sally Madge

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Sally Madge trained in ceramics and sculpture at Central School of Art and Design and Newcastle Polytechnic, and obtained an MFA from the University of Northumbria. Her practice is multidisciplinary and includes sculpture, installation and performance. She has exhibited in many group and solo exhibitions and events, locally, nationally and internationally. Recent work has been included in the Jerwood Drawing Prize touring exhibition, the Freud Museum, as part of an event entitled Objects of Desire, and at West Dean College in a group show The Hearing Trumpet where work was shown alongside the resident collection of Surrealist art, including that of Salvador Dali and Rene Magritte. She has held a range of posts at Sunderland University, including Programme Leader for Performing Arts and Academic Tutor for Foundation studies in Art and Design. She also works with the Education and Public Programme team at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art as a freelance artist.

Sally created Fictions for our exhibition and will be performing Stuff of Dreams as part of Mapping the Return on September 19th.

More of her work can be seen at

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