a b o u t

Rosy Naylor [ edinburgh uk ] is a social practice artist, and founder / curator of Art Walk Projects, producing projects working with local communities and public spaces, which broaden the viewing experience of art.

Her own background lies in site specific art, with the belief in art to regenerate and empower communities. She studied at Brighton University (Visual & Performing Arts) and Glasgow School of Art (MFA Fine Art). Her own artistic practice involves walking, and lost space, with particular interest in the ephemeral, the edges of seas and city boundaries.


r e c e n t

writing: april 2020 the visited place: occupying the local in art biennials
[ engage journal 44 - free access to read all articles until end july 2020 ]

a w a r d s

2019 | hope scott trust: one place to another (cley, norfolk & edinburgh)
2017 | a-n info co: travel grant to visit documenta and munster skulptur projekt, germany