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Curriculum Vitae





Career History:

2018 Appointed to the Advisory Committee for The Birmingham Big Art Project.

2018 Ageing Creatively, Stoke on Trent 

2018 Shakespeare Birthplace Trust, Poetry Week, June 23.

2017-2019 “In–Public” Creating with your community, Particle physics/ fine art workshops Birmingham University on going.


2015 - Artist in Residence Birmingham School of Art, Birmingham City University

2014 Chair, Set Your Chatters To Hum, MA Final shows
2013-2014 Master of Arts, (Distinction) BIAD, Birmingham City University 2011-2013 BA in Fine Art 2:1 at BIAD, Birmingham City University, Birmingham



2019 Remembering Linda, my Mother  Participate Contemporary Artspace, Shrewsbury, Performance Mother and Daughter

2018 In The Blink of An Eye, K4 Architects, Birmingham Solo Exhibition

2018 We Don’t Talk Anymore, STRYX, Birmingham, performance Whispers

2017-2018 Direct Art Action, BHS Sutton Coldfield, group exhibition

2017 In -Public: creating with the community Age Yard Shift Saturday June 3, 2017 

2016 Winter Art Fair, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
2016 The Gathering, performance, Centrala, Birmingham
2016, The Fall, The Works Gallery, Jubilee Centre, Birmingham
2016 Summer Camp, Eastside Projects, Birmingham
2016, In-Public: creating with the community, with Ian Andrews at Innovation birmingham, B7 4BB
2016, Now you see us, Centrala, Fazeley Street, Birmingham,  B5 5RS, 6 May with Gay Place and Sonya Russell-Saunders, curator.
2016, Selected for New Art West Midlands. Exhibition February 2016 Herbert Museum and Art Gallery, Coventry
2015 tART  VIVID Projects Kate Spence
2015 Staging the Artwork - 2Tereza Buskova, Amelia Beavis-Harrison, Abi Hubbard, Ryan McClelland and Lisa Selby11/11 - 16/12Opening Tuesday 10th NovemberPerformance 10/11 - Amelia Beavis-Harrison and Sarah Fortes MayerAnna Phillips Kate Spence Tadas StalygaAccompanying text by Dr. Antigoni Pasidi Curated by Mona Casey
2015  Grasslands Residency October 
2015 Add Your Voice, Shrewsbury, a participatory new media installation by Andy McKeown and Maggie Love
2015 Age Yard Shift, an Art Performance and Photographic Exhibition, looking at the invisibility of people over the age of 60. Funded by Arts Council England
2015 The P Cafe, Birmingham as part of FAM Collective
2015 Weston Park, Graduate Show, The Afternoon of Life, 
2014 Monster Club, The Works, Jubillee Centre, Birmingham
2014 FAM  Minerva Works, Birmingham, Changing The Sight Line 12-13 September
2014 Fall Back, The Works' Artistists' Collective, 29 - 3 October
2014 Flax Mill, Shrewsbury, Germinate 12-13 September
2014 MA Degree Show, BIAD, Margaret Street, Birmingham 5 -12 September
2014 Art Rave The Bond, Birmingham 9-10 August
2014 The Foyer Presents: Sarah Fortes Mayer and Sarah Moss. The Golden Age, BIAD, Birmingham
2014 Minimum Monument collaboration with Nele Axavedo, 2 August, Chamberlain Square, Birmingham
2014 The Loft, Birmingham FAM The Brinkelow Performance, 5 - 9 May
2014 Spring Offensive 7- 13 April. The Works Artists' Collective, Works Gallery, Jubilee Centre, Birmingham
2014 Janus, joint exhibition with Alisha Davies, BIAD, Margaret Street, 20 March 
2014 Luminopolis Intervention 26 February 2014 Birmingham





References on request

Sarah Fortes Mayer

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