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Challenging sculptural conventions. Innovating through technical expertise. Delivering ambitious artworks. Broadening participation. Supporting sustainable practice.

We are Pangaea Sculptors’ Centre, an artist-led not-for-profit supporting the advancement of sculpture in the UK and beyond. Based between Coventry and London, for over ten years Pangaea has been supporting artists and championing cutting-edge practices.


Personalised, collaborative fabrication service

Professional project development

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Past, current and future projects

Supporting practitioners

Widening public engagement

What's On

“Hand Earth Gesture Return was unlike anything I’ve ever worked on. It encompassed multiple subjects relating to materials and geographies, cultures and people, architecture and performance all driven by environmental sustainability. Such a vast and rich collaboration with fantastic people. It was an incredible project to be part of.” – Rachel Champion, Artist

Meet the Team

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Executive Director

Lucy Tomlins

“Our approach springs from a commitment to sculptural practice designed for its contexted and distinguished by its conceptual qualities and craftsmanship. We take pride in securing, producing, curating, installing and maintaining artworks in the public as well as private spheres. Any profit made through these activities is then funnelled back into the organisation’s initiatives at a grassroots level.”

Lizzie Neilson

Executive Director

Elizabeth Neilson

“Our public programmes are underpinned by a commitment to sustainability, both ecologically and of practice. Better than politics and statistics, artists have many ways of making thins visible, creating works that speak to complicated and multifaceted issues in a way that connects with people on an emotional level and inspires them to act.”

Heather Phillipson

Heather Phillipson speaks about her experience of working on two public commissions: THE END, for the Fourth Plinth, Trafalgar Square (2020-22), and RUPTURE NO 1: blowtorching the bitten peach, commissioned for the Tate Britain Duveen Galleries in 2021.


Interviews, archives and films

Projects by research area

Searchable multimedia archive


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