STAFF

DIRECTOR

Clare Crines

VOLUNTEERS 

 

Róisín Gallagher

Róisín has recently graduated from Stirling University with a BA (Hons) in art and design. She is an installation artist whose practice mainly involves found objects and documentation projects. She is passionate about art and working with artists and is keen to gain experience within the professional art world, curation and the administration that comes with running a gallery. Róisín has volunteered with Six Foot Gallery since June. Here’s a link to her artist website.

Hannah Lyth

Hannah is a BA (Hons) Graduate of Painting and Printmaking from The Glasgow School of Art. Currently, she is an Elected Artist Member of The Glasgow Art Club and a Member of The Glasgow Print Studio and continues to work on her creative practice focusing on watercolour and printmaking. She has volunteered here since June 2017 and is interested in learning the administration and ongoing life behind a gallery in contrast to being an exhibitor. Hannah is also keen to work with artists both locally and internationally to help provide the opportunity that The Six Foot gallery provides in giving emerging artists a platform to exhibit their work. Here’s a link to her artist website.

 

Rebecca Gallacher

Rebecca is a BA (Hons) Graduate of Fine Art from Duncan of Jordanstone (DJCAD), where she specialised in expressive contemporary painting on a large scale. Since graduating from art school, she has been globe-trotting and teaching in Spain where she continued to develop her creative practice and began documenting her travels for creative purposes. Rebecca is passionate about community engagement and feels the arts is an essential platform to use to connect with the public. She is keen to understand the inner workings of a gallery and to help to make the arts more accessible.

 

Rebecca Ord

Rebecca is a BA (Hons) Graduate of Intermedia Art from Edinburgh College of Art. She is a multi-disciplinary artist specialising in painting, printmaking, digital and installation art.  Her practice is concerned with the fraility of the human condition; how we attempt to understand and navigate our identity and our morality. She has been volunteering since April and is passionate about encouraging an inclusive artistic environment that showcases many creatives. Here’s a link to her artist website.

 

 

 

Kyle Byers

Carla Hughes

Hye Min Kim

Hye Min is from Seoul, South Korea and currently studying MSc in Creative Industries and Cultural Policy from the University of Glasgow. She is especially interested in the contribution of arts and culture to urban regeneration and local communities. She has been volunteering since May, 2018 and is passionate about administrating contemporary art exhibitions, assisting artists and encouraging the locals to get involved in arts and cultural activities so that contemporary art can be more accessible to the public.

Maren Elise Nordheim