Museums & Art Groups

Alex has given many workshops, art tours,  and art history lectures in many different museums, (most especially the Wallace Collection, London,) for many groups, schools, and charities.


For the exhibition A Right Royal Buzz, Alex was interviewed by Robert Elms on BBC London, Martin Stew on ITV London,  and Cass Art,

Also film by Stephen Brice;

 BBC Cambridge interview; Vick Hope as part of the ArtLanguageLocation art festival; October 2014

Recent Groups

At the Cambridge University Botanic Gardens she co-authored a children’s book, “The   Magic Brick Tree.” (Cambridge)

At Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge Alex work with artist Filipa Pereira-Stubbs on weekly art sessions.

At the Wallace Collection amongst many workshop sessions in 2012 she co-curated an award winning “Treasures East” first community exhibition at the Wallace Collection, London.

For the Olympics Torch arrival into Cambridge she worked on a city wide arts events with SameSky,

In 2013-4 she worked as the artist with London Play on a “Play Streets Past and Present,”  on behalf of the Museum of London.

In 2015 she was an art judge on “Waterloo 200,” a national “Hungary for History” campaign with Dan Snow.

Other groups have included the Creative and Cultural Skills network (part of the National Skills Academy) and The Children’s Museum, Jordan. She gave a UNESCO lecture to museum directors in Amman, Jordan about her work.

 Alex is part of the SSE Social Entrepreneur Programme  2015/2016 cohort with her projects; Travelling Treasure Boxes see