Phil Scott has worked in London as a Director of Art and teacher in art instituitions in two schools over 14 years.
Brampton Manor Academy
In 2012, Scott brought his vision of art education to a progressive inner city school in Newham, East London. With a desire to challenge and develop his theories of art education, Scott spread his ethos and approach throughout the school ecosystem and built one of the most successful departments in the school. He grew the small team of three to a department that employed and developed 10 amazing art teacher specialists. His success included group projects with artists/designers in residence Rowan Newton, Matt Small, Julia Clarke, Adam Blencowe, amongst others, and staging a professional annual student exhibition, Symposium. Scott has been influential in developing and supporting the practice of young artists, including Zeinab Saleh.
Scott developed his passion for teaching art to students aged 11-18 years old working as Head of Expressive Arts at Welling from 2006. Scott was part of an extremely accomplished group of artist/teachers, working alongside mentor Henry Ward, who would be profoundly influential in his vision of art education.
Scott currently works from Denmark as an artist/art education consultant, specialising in the delivery of contemporary art practices within art education.
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