Alexandria Robinson-Sutherland

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I built my success through various community projects in arts and education, over-arched with the value of well being, as this is where my passions lay. Comfortable with a degree of risk I work on evolving new, ‘U-Neek’ approaches to further develop creative people. Approaches that can lead creative people to life enhancing opportunities. I believe in the importance of everyone having access to art and I believe in a fair society in which creative people can realise their full potential. Together we CAN achieve this.


It’s my purpose to support creative minds to nurture exciting ideas and to make more informed choices.


I want to improve access and participation in the arts. I’m passionate about elevating creatives and communities, through education and learning through the arts. Showing how art changes lives.


It’s important for creative people to have more informed choices. Together we can make a difference utilising your talents, enhancing relationships between communities, businesses and you, the Artist.


It’s necessary for creative people to have a ‘U-Neek’ platform to flourish and thrive. I understand that creatives do things differently and together we can co-create around your goals and talents. Building a society with a greater understanding and appreciation of art.

"Hard work beats talent, when talent doesn't work hard."

Tim Notke


Guest Lecturer at BCU

As well as being an Art and Design Teacher at secondary school, I was invited into BCU (Birmingham City University) as a Guest Lecturer, where I delivered a session to 2nd year Media Students.

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Enrichment Day at Aston Manor

As part of Aston Manors Enrichment program I delivered Art and Design workshops that encouraged students to express themselves and draw on personal experience as inspiration based on British Values.

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Moseley School’s Great British Values

Based on Ofsted, British values are:

  • Democracy;
  • The rule of law;
  • Individual liberty;
  • Mutual respect for and tolerance of those with different faiths and beliefs and for those without faith.


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Exploring Equality and Diversity; Through Arts

As part of Anderton Parks Exploring Equality and Diversity, through the Arts, I delivered a 2 day Arts and Craft workshop, to pupils in Reception through to Year 6. The workshops explored Anderton Parks key principles and British Values.

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Summer School at The Drum

During the Summer Term I work in partnership with The Drum on their Young Drum (formerly known as Young Gifted Drum) programme, delivering Arts and Craft sessions to 5-25 year olds whilst addressing challenging concepts in an intelligible and coherent manner.

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Tuition at The Drum

During school term I work in partnership with The Drum on their Young Drum (formerly known as Young Gifted Drum) programme.

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Art Social Brum – October 2014

Art Social is a monthly event dedicated to Visual Artists, of all art forms. Providing creatives with the necessary development platform to try, test, share and develop artworks and ideas, in front of a live audience.

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"Our greatest weakness lies in giving up. The most certain way to succeed is to always try just one more time."

Thomas A. Edison


I offer PPD (Personal and Professional Development) opportunities to Visual Artists, from training workshops and individual advice through to commissioned workshops and talks.

Ongoing 1:1 Advice Sessions; Workshops and Training; Seminars and Meetups (Events)

Some of my most popular services are: Ongoing 1:1 Advice Sessions, Creative Workshops and Arts Award

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Ongoing 1:1 Advice Sessions can be face to face, via phone call, Skype or via email – The choice is yours. Sessions last up to a maximum of one hour and can be co-delivered by our partnering Creative Professionals.


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Creative Workshops are an opportunity to bring people together and collaborate, over set themes using Arts, Crafts and Design. Creating works that can bring change, uniting and inspiring different people.



Arts Award is a range of unique qualifications that support anyone aged up to 25 years old. Supporting them in their growth as Artists and Arts Leaders, inspiring them to connect with and take part in the wider arts world through taking challenges in an art form of their choice. You can find out more here via the Arts Award’s website.


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Media Features

The Artist not to be Judged by her Cover

Alexandria Robinson-Sutherland: The artist not to be judged by her cover

If someone had asked me to describe how I picture the modern artist, I’d assume moody and edgy. Understated in charm and appearance; perhaps even slightly egocentric on some level. An enigma who is intently serious about their artistry. The type to shrink from a crowded room and who spends more of their time alone than not, but there again, I don’t spend much time with visual artists and there are always exceptions to the rule.

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Creative of The Month

Alexandria Robinson-Sutherland: In conversation.
Once in a while, you may just come across someone who shares your vision, ethos and passion for the arts. Conversations with said person(s) may enable you to walk away feeling instantly uplifted and determined. Meet Alexandria Robinson-Sutherland, entrepreneur and one of Birmingham’s finest visual artists.
Interview: Amber Rose Caldwell.

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The Blog

Sorry, the Blog isn’t quite ready yet. In the meantime checkout these videos and learn more about my practise.

supporters & clients

I wouldn’t be where I am today without my amazing supporters and clients. From funding, to venues  and everything in between – Thank you.


"You must take action now that will move you towards your goals. Develop a sense of urgency in your life."

H. Jackson Brown, Jr.

Work with Alexandria

For all queries and bookings please use the contact form to the right. Please remember to include your contact number in the message box, if you’d like to be contacted via phone.

If you’re experiencing any difficulties with the form please contact me directly via; alex[at]uneekwalls[dot]co[dot]uk or 07535868746.