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Assembly Arts has been established and is run and occupied by three creative practitioners Rae Tribbick, Sarah Galloway and Alan Morris

Rae Tribbick BSc (Hons) MSc PGCE

Rae Tribbick with a pottery dinner set she made at the wheel

I am a process driven artist, writer, and sculptor. My work explores identity. I examine the ways in which stories we tell ourselves influence our own identity: Memories from childhood. Genetic inheritance. Scars.


I look at how we can enjoy, preserve and honour these relationships and stories through a range of mediums including free form writing, poetry, mark making and sculpture. My 3D work uses found objects and natural fibres, but I specialise in ceramics, enjoying the tactile nature of clay.


In my past I have been both a research scientist and a maths teacher. To me science and art are two sides of the same coin - ways to learn about ourselves, the world around us and the relationships in between.

"If I had to choose one piece of my work... it would be the sculpture 'In a Pickle...' from my 2023 Body of Work. "

Ceramic sculpture of a hand with a little finger missing, holding a gherkin.

Sarah Galloway BA (Hons) MA

Profile shot of Sarah Galloway

I am a practising artist with over thirty years’ experience of creating important and valuable artworks in the public domain. With a specialism in architectural glass, I work across the UK, with commissions including artworks for the Liverpool Anglican Cathedral, West Leigh Baptist Church in Essex and public art works in Oban and Blackburn amongst many others. Within the region my artworks include commissions at St Thomas' Church in Lancaster, St Johns Church, Silverdale and Morecambe Parish Church. 


Alongside my architectural glass commissions, I specialise in screen printing and have taught throughout my career.  I combine my commissioned and personal work with teaching a range of classes including screen printing,  life drawing, textile dyeing and printing, and painting.

"If I had to choose one piece of my work... it would be my print 'Hope and Rebirth'  from my 'Propagation' series"

Screen print of a daffodil

Alan Morris BA (Hons) MA PhD PGCE

Profile shot of Alan Morris

Passionate about photography and with a background in art education, I have taught photography and art and design throughout my career. I currently work alongside my partner Sarah Galloway as her agent, securing the glass commissions that she undertakes, whilst also providing business, marketing and creative support.  I also run and manage the photography facilities and darkroom at Assembly Arts


I have taught in a number of institutions, including as MA Course Leader for the Entrepreneurship for Creative Practice programme at Arts University Plymouth and Course Leader for the BA(Hons) Fine Art course at the University of Gloucestershire.  I continue to offer guidance and support for creatives of all ages and abilities and I am  undertaking research into the practical realities of working as an artist in the prevailing economic and social context.  I am currently undertaking a photographic project Bay Light exploring the intricacies and beauty of Morecambe Bay.

"If I had to choose one piece of my work... it would be my portrait of Bill and Flo Seagrave"

Photography by Alan - two people in their home

A true artist is not one who is inspired, but one who inspires others.

- Salvador Dali

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