Tracy Satchwill
digital collage of the history of British women by Tracy Satchwill

Multi-disciplinary artist Tracy Satchwill playfully creates evocative, imaginative and accessible storytelling projects, combining  heritage and contemporary imagery. 


She explores social behaviour and perspectives, questioning why and how we act historically and today.

Events

March - August 2020

Artist in Residence

All day

North Lincolnshire Museum

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March - August 2020

Artist in Residence

I am currently a virtual artist in residence at North Lincolnshire Museum.  I am exploring different methods of storytelling that are unconv...

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All day

North Lincolnshire Museum

4-7 June 2020

Montreal International History Film Festival

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Montreal, Canada

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4-7 June 2020

Montreal International History Film Festival

Water Marks, a heritage film that explores 150 years of Norfolk coastal town Wells-next-the-sea, will be screening at Montreat International...

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All day

Montreal, Canada

Commissioned Projects

Commissioned Projects

Commissioned Projects

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Tracy works with clients across museum and heritage and the Arts on commissioned projects. 


Her clients include National Trust, Wellcome Collection, Colchester + Ipswich Museums, Wells Maltings Trust, Norwich University of the Arts, North Lincolnshire Museum, WI Life magazine and University College of London


See what her clients have to say.

Personal Projects

Commissioned Projects

Commissioned Projects

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Tracy's interests include history, ideologies and social structures that shape our contemporary behaviours and perspectives, focusing on identity, stereotypes and the body. 


Her current body of work centres on women's behaviour and perspectives,  including Girls will be Girls, I Died for Beauty  and in development Plastic Roses.

Artwork & Merchandise

Commissioned Projects

Artwork & Merchandise

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Tracy's collections are based on historic themes including Agatha Christie, the Kings & Queens of England and British women over 800 years. 


Her artwork has been represented internationally by Cynthia Corbett Gallery and exhibited at Somerset House, Guildhall Art Gallery, Old Truman Brewery, Science Museum and Empire State Building. 


Her work is available to buy on Etsy and  Artfinder.

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