Rhiannon Armstrong


Rhiannon began working with The SHM Foundation in 2013 when she was brought in to provide creative support to composer-in-residence Stuart Hancock throughout the Snapshot Songs community music project, with particular focus on collaboration methodologies.

Rhiannon is an inter-disciplinary artist making work in a variety of settings which often involves the participation of members of the public. Her work has empathy at its core, as both subject matter and medium: her one-to-one performance and archive project The International Archive of Things Left Unsaid has been shown throughout the UK and internationally. Rhiannon uses performance, installation, curation and research, and collaboration is central to her practice: between makers of different disciplines, public contributors, and audiences.

Rhiannon brings an in-depth understanding of audiences and public engagement to her work overseeing and advising on Foundation arts projects, as well as a passion for collaboration and a belief that high quality artistic events can provide participants of all kinds – be they artists or audiences – with a space to open themselves up to challenging ideas and actions.

Rhiannon is also a violinist. www.rhiannonarmstrong.net


About us

The SHM Foundation works globally to bring about positive social change through projects in the areas of learning and citizenship, health and the arts.

The Foundation was set up in 2008 by Professor Maurice Biriotti and Professor Henrietta Moore, who co-founded the strategy and insight consultancy SHM Productions, based in central London, in 1996.

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