Rebecca Ivatts


Ongoing neuroscience collaborations in public and private sphere

March 2020
Exhibition of stroke and neuro rehab project (sponsored by Brain Journal), Wellcome Trust Centre for Prevention of Stroke and Dementia, Oxford University

November 2019
Exhibition and talk at biotech / Angel Academe event, Chelsea, London.

June 2019
Show of 'Deformed-Transformed' works at Tate Modern, Exchange festival (Movement) in collaboration with Queen Mary University of London scientists.

Lecture on Art and Disability, ‘Creativity without Constraint’ at Tate Modern.

May 2019
Exhibition and drawing workshops at Headway brain injury charity, Oxford.

Artwork chosen to promote PINT OF SCIENCE international science festival.

December 2018
Solo show, World Dementia Council 2018 at the Wellcome Trust, London.

November 2018
Solo show, Dementia Discovery Forum 2018, Lancaster House, London.

March 2018
Awarded grant by Brain Journal for stroke art project in collaboration with Oxford University.

March 2018
Three works relating to Parkinson’s exhibited at Ashmolean Museum, Oxford. See video here.

March 2018
Artwork selected for American Academy of Neurology Neuro Film Festival 2018. See video here.

February 2018
Parkinson’s exhibition, Bodleian Library, Oxford University.

January - March 2018
Solo show and talks relating to teenage brain at Radley College (Sewell Gallery), Oxfordshire.

November 2017
Group exhibition with the Wellcome Hub at 'Dimensions of Dementia' event, London. See video here.

October 2017
Solo show, talk and workshop at Eurobest, Creativity festival, Bloomsbury, London.

September 2017
Selected to exhibit ALL IN THE MIND WORKS at FENS (Federation of Neuroscience Societies).

Solo exhibition and talk at 'Beauty and Brain' symposium, Pecs University, Hungary.

June 2017
Neuro-art presentation at Exeter University Medical Sciences faculty.

June 2017
Neuro art commission for Spreading Grace children’s development centre, United Arab Emirates.

April 2017
Selected for solo exhibition at the British Neuroscience Festival, BICC

April 2017
First prize winner in the Coffee Art Project competition – exhibition at Old Truman's Brewery, London.

March 2017
Botanical commission by Great Gardens of Cornwall.

November - December 2014
Group exhibition, The Last Supper, London

Selected for stable of artists at new London gallery,

May 2013
One-man show in the Taschen Library, Purple Dragon, Chelsea, London.

December 2012
'Danza de Fuego', on permanent exhibition at La Anguila estate, Spain.

June 2012
Portrait exhibited at Saatchi Gallery event.

February 2011
Live art performance at the Andaz (Hyatt) hotel, Liverpool Street, London.

November 2010
Selected alongside Tracey Emin and Maggi Hambling for Amnesty's "400 Women' show at Shoreditch Town Hall.

July - August 2010
Selected works exhibited in the Summer Show at Morton Metropolis gallery, Berners St, London W1.

2010 - 12
Works commissioned for foyer of the Instituto de Empresa (IE) business school, Madrid.

March 12 - May 23 2010
Invited artist at ev+a 2010, Limerick, Ireland – exhibition of threee large works

April 2010
Solo exhibition at Espacio L-V, Madrid, Spain

September 2009
Joint exhibition with John Pickering (sculptor) at SW1 Gallery, London with the collaboration of the National Rheumatoid Arthritis Society (NRAS). Click here to view the gallery and here to download press release.

September – October 2008
Jovenes Valores exhibition, Galeria Van Dyck, Gijon, Spain.

August 2008
Solo exhibition at Galería Standarte, Madrid, Spain.

April 11 - May 9 2008
BODY AND SOUL solo show at 61A Agisilaou Street, Keramikos, Athens, Greece with sponsorship from and roundtable talks organized by the British Council, Athens.

September 2007
Jovenes Valores exhibition, Galeria Van Dyck, Gijon, Spain.

October 2006
Solo exhibition at Galería Standarte, Madrid, Spain.

September 2006
Solo exhibition at Galería Tribeca, Madrid, Spain.

July 2005
Group exhibition at the Centre d´Art i Natura de Farrera, Catalonia, Spain.

March 2004
Solo exhibition in Fulham, London, UK