Senior Lecturer in Art
Mon – 9am – 1pm
Weds – 12.30pm – 5pm
Sam Ingleson is a multi media visual artist her art practice is centred in social engagement games and participatory performances. Current research forming the main focus of current Phd study is a practice based investigation into the social, political and economic impact of individual artistic actions within a local community, considering the role and value of the artist as an insider, an engager and representative of their community.
Sam has worked in the School of Art and Design since 2000 and is a Senior Lecturer in Fine Art. Her current role is Academic Lead for Engagement within the School of Arts and Media and is artistic director of the Create Festival.
Sam was co-founder and Artistic Director of Artists and Education C.I.C from 2001 until 2010. Artists and Education devised, delivered, monitored and evaluated artists residencies with young people and provided CPD courses for artists and teachers. Sam was the Visual Arts Director for the North West Step Up Young Peoples Arts Festival and through Artists and Education worked with University of Salford, Creative Partnerships, the Arts Council and Salford City Council and Manchester City Council and worked for Arts Council England as Artsmark Validator.
Sam Ingleson is the Programme Leader for MA Art and Design suite of programmes that includes , Contemporary Arts Practice with Industry Experience, Socially Engaged Arts Practice with Industry Experience and Design for Communication with Industry Experienec. She also lecturers on the BA (hons) Visual Arts programme. Sam is a Fellow of the Higher Education Council.
Sam’s research focus is on embedded artistic practice within a specific site over a sustained and indefinite period of time. This research explores the role and value of the artist as an insider, an engager and representative of their community, when the activity is self-initiated and has no funding deadlines. The research is Practice based, working in the visual arts, drawing on a socially engaged model that in the past has focused on using a games based approach to gather, organize and display information that culminates in bringing a community together to play, review and add to the body of knowledge.
Previously Sam was the co- investigator and project Manager of the The Arts and Humanities Research Council Knowledge Transfer Fellowship 3 year project Fellowship ‘Supporting Arts and Enterprise Skills in Communities through Creative Engagement with the Local Area’ This focused on an Arts and Enterprise methodology of community enterprise. The KTF bid proposed the development of a transferable framework of artistic and creative social intervention to empower and support engagement with communities of people affected by change in their local environment. This involved working with communities and 3rd sector organisations, including Community Alliance for Renewal, Inner South Manchester Area, (CARISMA). Armory and Mines Advisory Group (MAG) International. I have also worked closely with Public Sector organisations including Greater Manchester Police Serious Crime Unit and Armory division.
Qualifications and Memberships
Fellowship of Higher Education Council
Vice Chancellor Early Career Researcher, Scholar Postgraduate Certificate in Academic Practice
Masters in Contemporary Fine Art: Distinction
BA (Hons) Visual Art and Culture 2:1
Member of the Art+Design Research and Engagement group(AnDRE)
External Examiner MA Fine Art and Education, Northumbria University
Chapters in books
Ingleson, S 2013 'An artists approach to board games ', in: Moseley, A & Whitton, N (eds.), New traditional games for learning, A Case Book. , 1 edition, Routledge, New York, USA.
Articles in refereed journals and conference proceedings
Haywood, P & Ingleson, S 2011, '''Supporting Arts and Enterprise Skills in Communities through Creative Engagement with the Local Area'', The International Journal of the Arts in Society, 5(6), pp.211-224.
Haywood, P & Ingleson, S 2008, ''REdGENERATION: Art, Enterprise, Local Knowledge and the Curriculum'', International Journal of the Arts in Society', Volume 2, Issue 5.
Articles in non-refereed journals, reports, conference contributions and other publications
Ingleson, S & Dormann, C 2016, Designing Augmented Board Games for Dementia care: engaging families, friends and community. Playful Learning Conference, Manchester Metropolitan University 13th-15th July 2016
Ingleson, S & Haywood, P 2012, Social Campaign Manufacturing; Generating ethical enterprise through the Arts 7th Conference of the European Research Network Sociology of the Arts. Vienna University of Music and Performing Arts, Vienna, Austria 5-8th September 2012
Haywood, P & Ingleson, S 2011, Goods to Guns; Arming Social Enterprise with the Arts. 6th International conference on the Arts in Society, Berlin. 10-12th May 20116
Ingleson, S & Haywood, P 2011, Education through creativity: A case for experience initiated learning, in: 'Creativity & Engagement in Higher Education', ECE Salford, pp.82-83. Conference details: Education in a Changing Environment (ECE) 6th International Conference: Creativity and Engagement in Higher Education. The University of Salford, Greater Manchester, 6 - 8 July 2011
Ingleson, S & Clements, J 2010, Creative Academy: Reflective Stories, in: '1st Annual International Conference on Fine and Performing Arts', Atiner, Athens, Greece. Conference details: 1st Annual International Conference on Fine and Performing Arts, Athens Institute for Education and Research, ATHENS, GREECE 7-10 June 2010 Presentation and paper.
Haywood, P & Ingleson, S 2010, "Speculating for Gold"; 'Socio-Geographic Painting and the Artist as researcher working within Regeneration and Urban Renewal', in: Asma, S (ed.), 'Conference on Art', Columbia College Chicago and The European League of Institutes of the Arts (ELIA)., Chicago, USA. Conference details: 'Claiming Creativity: Art Education in Cultural Transition' (21 - 24 April 2010), Columbia College, Chicago, U.S.A.
Ingleson, S 2009, "Proposal" An Artists Board Game, in: 'The Society for the Advancement of Games and Simulations in Education and Training (SAGSET) - 39th Annual Conference, Leeds Metropolitan University, Leeds, England. Conference details: The Society for the Advancement of Games and Simulations in Education and Training (SAGSET) - 39th Annual Conference. Leeds Metropolitan University.
Livesley, J & Ingleson, S & Cavanagh, A 2013, ' The different child using art-based activities to explore personal meanings ', Exhibited at: NET2013 24th International Networking for Healthcare Education Conference, Cambridge, England, From 03/09/2013 To 05/09/2013.
Ingleson, S & Livesley, J & Cavanagh, A & Irla, M C 2013, 'Hello my name is Sid USING ARTS BASED STRATEGIES TO HELP UNDERGRADUATE STUDENTS OF CHILDREN AND YOUNG PEOPLE'S NURSING MAKE SENSE OF THEIR WORK-WORLD', Exhibited at: 2nd PNAE Congress on Paediatric Nursing, Glasgow, Scotland, From 07/06/2013 To 08/06/2013.
Haywood, P & Ingleson, S 2010, ''Art, Activism, Enterprise'', Exhibited at: International Entrepreneurship Educators Conference 2010, Enterprise Educators UK and the National Council for Graduate Entrepreneurship. , Cardiff University. 2010., UK, From 01/09/2010 To 03/09/2010.
Ingleson, S 2012 'Game On', in: RISE -Research Innovation and Internationalisation News, Community Engagement Supplement , , February 2012.
Ingleson, S 2010 'Using a board game as a method of reflection and engagement. ', in: RISE (Research Innovation and Internationalisation News), RISE: entitled to Engagement In ACTION, , November 2010, p.22.
Guns to Goods on The World Today Programme (BBC Radio World Service, United Kingdom, March 2012).
Exhibitions / Commissions
Ingleson, S 2016, ‘We will never as humans be able to see 360°’, exhibited at Caustic Coastal, Salford, England from 27/10/16- 06/11/16.
Ingleson, S 2008, 'Proposal', exhibited at: Museum of Science and Industry (MOSI) , Manchester, England, from 13/01/2008 to 20/01/2008.
Ingleson, S & Haywood, P 2006, 'Salford Reds 'Industry in Schools Initiative' collaboration with Albion High School,’ exhibited at: Chapman Gallery, Salford Reds 'Industry in Schools Initiative' collaboration with Albion High School.
Ingleson, S & Clements, J 2006, What Would You Do If..?’ Salford Museum and Art Gallery.
Ingleson, S. 2002, Lowry Commonwealth Games Public Art Commission
Ingleson, S. 2002, Irwell Sculpture Trail, Ordsall Public Art Commission. Salford City Council.
Ingleson, S. 2001, Artist A4E New Media Exhibition. The Zion Gallery, Manchester
Ingleson, S. 2001, A4E laboratory Exhibition. The Chapman Gallery, Salford University. Jan
Ingleson, S. 2000. Traditions of Landscape. Rochdale Art Gallery. Sept 2000
Ingleson, S. 2000. Group Exhibition. De Fabriek Gallery, Eindhoven, Holland. Feb. 2000