Rosie Ash is a Sound Designer and Community Artist whose work focuses on collaborating with communities to develop participatory projects that amplify and empower diverse voices. Whilst studying, some of her works made in collaboration with the Compass Collective have been exhibited at ‘Late at the Tate’s’ online showcase; in an online sharing of a short film for Refugee Week supported by Migrant Arts; and played live as part of a performance at the Southwark Playhouse. Independently, her previous work made with the Say It Loud Club was commissioned and exhibited by Usurp Arts.
Rosie is also a musician and whilst attending the Royal College of Art, Rosie has continued releasing music as an independent artist. Her latest release ‘sit and smile’ has been featured by BBC Introducing Northampton three times, including their ‘Best of 2020,’ broadcast. Previously, her music was displayed at the Tate Britain as part of Wired4music’s London Takeover.