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Rosanna Greaves is an Artist, Curator and Senior Lecturer in Fine Art at Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University. She received an AHRC funded Research Masters with distinction in Fine Art at Camberwell College, University of the Arts London in 2012.




Senior Lecturer, Cambridge School of Art, Anglia Ruskin University since 2005

Artist Educator, Cubitt Education, since 2008



MA Fine Art, Camberwell College of Art, CCW, UAL, 2010- 2012 (Distinction)

BA (Hons) Fine Art, Middlesex University, London 1999-2002


Selected Awards and Residencies

2019 Certificate Excellence, Best Experimental Film, Dumbo Film Festival, New York.

2017 Arts Council England, Grants for the Arts award.

2017 Debating Natures Value Network, Art Commission.

2016 Cambridge Sustainability Residency, Cambridge.

2011-12 AHRC Research Preparation Masters (BGP) Award .

2011 AIR mini-residency, AIR at Byam Shaw, CSM Schools.

2011 Joya residency, Cortijada Los Gázquez, Almeria, Spain.


Selected Publications and Talks

2019 ROAR Published by Art.Earth, Co-Editor and Contributor, (Upcoming)

2018 CRASSH Alchemical Landscape, Lecture.

2014 Heavy Sentience Exhibition publication, Block 336.

2012 Fine Art Research Unit Talk, Cambridge School Of Art.

2011 The City is a Burning, Blazing Bonfire, Exhibition publication, Cubitt Gallery, London.

2005 Pilot:2, Pilot London.


2004 On The Page: Performance Research 2 Artist Pages, Routledge.

2002 87 Self-published, available at bookartbookshop, London.


Selected Recent Exhibitions

2019 The Cambridge Show, Kettles Yard, Cambridge UK

2019 Cambridge Film Festival, Cambridge UK

2019 Planet in Focus Film Festival, Toronto, Canada

2019 Gateway Film Festival,Ely, Cambridgeshire

2019 Dumbo Film Festival, New York.

2019 Archive and The Contested Landscape, Cambridge.

2018 Aesthetica Short Film Festival, BAFTA recognised Film Festival, York.

2018 Liquid Land Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge Curated by Rosanna Greaves and Harriet  Loffler, 2018, (ACE supported).

2016 Art Language Location Site specific work at CCAF Cambridge.

2016 Periferica, Ruskin Gallery, Cambridge.

2014 Heavy Sentience, Block 336, London Curated by, Murray Anderson, Rosanna Greaves, CJ Mahony, Frances Scott and Lisa Wilkens, 2014, (ACE supported).

2013 Temporary Residence, Kettles Yard, Cambridge, Curated by Aid & Abet.

2013 Every Bird Brings A Different Melody to the Garden, No Format Gallery, Curated by Amy Botfield and Rob Dowling, London.

2013 TENDERFLIX, international film and video festival, TENDERPIXEL, London.

2012 The Rotation Of The Earth Drags The Atmosphere Around With It Site specific work for Brixton Windmill.

2012 MA Fine Art Graduate Show, Camberwell College of Arts.

2012 Bend Over Shirley, Beaconsfield Gallery, London.

2012 MA Interim Show, Curatorial Project, Gasworks, London.

2011 Space Exchange, Exhibition as Proxy Manual, Aid & Abet, Cambridge.

2011 The Aesthetics of Art Education, Festival of Blackboards, Cubitt Gallery.

2011 Moving Image South CCW, With John Smith, HMVcurzon Wimbledon.

2011 We Didn’t Leaves a Pyramid, Joya Residency, The Annex, London.

2010 Environmental Encouragement, Made for two person show with Richard Stone, curated by Patrick Michalopoulos and Ismail Erbil for Schwartz Gallery, London, 2010

2009 o p e n e n d e d 3, Curated by Maeve Rendle, Ducie House, Manchester.

2008 Nothing Works, Curated by Michael Czerwinski and Amanprit Sandhu, as part of Open House London.

2008 Diary of a Derelict Dairy, Curated by Minnie Weisz, as part of London festival of architecture, The Old Express Depot, Bloomsbury, London.

2006 Interdependence Day, The Royal Geographic Society.

2005 The Observer, Site specific-sound work for the Northumberland Observatory, The Institute of Astronomy, Cambridge.

2005 Flux, Curated by Illuminate Productions, London Bridge arches, London.

2005 ARTCONCEPT Festival, St Petersburg, Russia.

2004 Mementoes and Other Curiosities, Curated by Flora Fairbairn and Measure, as part of London Architecture Biennale and Art Fortnight London.

2003 Bootleg, Curated by Tom Morton and Craig Burnett, Spitalfields, London.