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Exhibitions and Residencies 


  • Artist in Residence - AUB Innovation Studio, 2022 (Arts University Bournemouth)

  • Post Graduate End of Year show 2021 - AUB (Arts University Bournemouth)

  • Explorers against extinction - National Geographic Society - London - 2019

  • Solo Exhibition ' Celebration' Mezzanine Gallery  - January 2017

  • Top to Bottom Exhibition - Main Art Gallery Lighthouse ( selected artist only) 23rd Jan - 20th Feb  2016

  • 2 Woman Show - Top Floor Gallery - Poole Centre for the Arts - October 20th - 7th November 2016

  • The Factory Studios Artist's Exhibition - July 2015

  • Journeys' -  The Lighthouse Gallery  - May 2015

  • Yellow Bus Project - at Bournemouth Library Gallery - May 2015

  • The first 'Yellow Bus Art Gallery' - 2015 

  • Artist in Residence - Yellow Buses  2014 - 2015


MA, (Distinction) Animation Production - AUB ( Arts University Bournemouth)

BA, History of Art  (Hons) (Open University)

HND, Natural History Illustration and Design, (Bournemouth & Poole Art College)

Conferences and events.


'The art of the Zoetrope' Symposium, Round table participant,  AUB, Bournemouth,  2022

Zoetrope 10 week project - Led by Leverhulme funded Professor - Professor Eric Dyer, 2022 

Society for Animation Studies Annual Conference - Teeside, UK, 2022 

Memberships and Research Groups

Society of Animations Studies (SAS)

Animation and Moving Image Research Group (AMIRG)


Areas of interest:

  • Art/moving image to aid Health and well being

  • Interdisciplinary research - potential between Art, Health and Science 

  • Creative Play for adults -  its importance as a means to learn, grow and heal.

  • Considering the moving image beyond entertainment 

  • The invisible, and how it can be represented by the moving image.

  • Culture, Neurology and inculsivity 

  • Altered states of consciousness, Auras, Entopic Phenomenon and Phospenes.

  • Dada and Surrealist movements - their influence on alternative approaches to research and communication. 

  • Egyptian Hieroglyphics and pre history mark making.

  • Exploring alternative uses of technology, beyond their intended purpose - such as 3D body scanning, EEG machines, VR and MR.

Key words: Moving Image, Art, Health, Well being, Neurology, interdisciplinary, invisible, creative play, Anthropology, Neuro-diversity, 


Artist's Practice:

Sarah L Goy MA, (Dis) 

Sarah initially studied Fine Art and then Natural History Illustration, she now embraces the potential of the moving image. 


Her focus has always been on emotions, nature and her environment, with a specialisation in drawing and painting from life. Inspired by her travels she aims to capture every day moments in her sketch books, which are the foundations for all her other works.

Although taking an analogue and tactile approach to her practice Sarah has become interested in  the possibilities and potential of technology, experimental animation and the moving image and how they might be used beyond pure entertainment. This became part of her post graduate research in 2021 and continues to be the core of her research interest.

As a visiting lecturer at Arts University Bournemouth ( AUB) and Southampton Art Gallery, she creates and presents new courses, with the emphasis on ' art for all'. Encouraging students to enjoy the process of creating and getting in touch with their inner child.

Sarah also creates and runs online art therapy styled creative sessions, again, encouraging a sense of play through which new skills are gained, whilst encouraging a sense of community and inclusivity.

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