Elizabeth Newell specialises in creative production - developing and producing ambitious and challenging visual arts & multidisciplinary projects - developing projects from grassroots to full execution and project legacy. We take pride in producing high quality, thought provoking and innovative projects for international and renowned UK contemporary artists, curators, commissioners and organisations.
Working across site specific and interactive installations - developing and executing permanent public art commissions - managing complex projects and relationships with a diverse range of commissioners and clients - we enjoy managing detail with dexterity and making extraordinary things happen.
Strategic and developmental consultation
Alongside creative teams we offer bespoke consultancy to help you achieve your ambitions - from formulating strategies on building touring shows, getting project partners on board to maximise projects’ longevity and exposure - to developing commercial projects to underpin artists practices.
Founded by Elizabeth Newell after 12 years experience working directly in the arts sector, we have wide ranging, versatile and proven experience to help you secure opportunities and finance for projects.
Elizabeth Newell is a member of Arts & Business.
Delivering projects with:
Ackroyd & Harvey, Amanda Loomes, Ambika P3, Anne Brodie, Benson-Sedgwick Engineering, Cambridge Conservation Initiative, Commission Projects, Create London, Danielle Arnaud Gallery, David Blandy, David Thorp, Department of Zoology, University of Cambridge, Expedition Engineering, Forma Arts, Frieze London, Judith Clark Studio, Katie Paterson, Keith Whittle, London Legacy Development Corporation, LDA Design, Museum of Zoology, University of Cambridge, Nicholas Hare Architects, Nick Crowe and Ian Rawlinson, Olympic Development Authority, Outset Israel, Pentagram, Perfectmotion Ltd, Philip Clemo, Sandie Macrae, Scottish Mental Health Arts and Film Festival, Screen South, Studio 1:1, The Graduate School of Film and New Media, Tokyo Geidai, The University of Cambridge