I am available for a variety of projects.

I look for innovative projects that have a definite outcome.

Skilled in research, writing, exhibition development and curation, social media, working with community groups, grant applications

and museum mentoring.

With broad experience in the museum, heritage and arts sector, I will bring my proven track record of creative skills to any project.

Contact me to discuss your project

Current Projects

community gardens

Community Gardens 2023

Working for Tenby Town Council to create interpretation panels on history of public garden spaces around Tenby.


Cymbrogi Futures

Worked on a film project for Cymbrogi Futures.


Dylan Thomas at Narberth Museum

 On 9 November a new exhibition centred around Dylan Thomas, which I conceived and curated, opened at Narberth Museum in November 2023.

Entitled ‘Titbits & Topsyturvies’, the exhibition features art works by Seimon Pugh-Jones based around characters in the play. Also included are film memorabilia from the 1971 film version of the play for voices, including a film poster signed by the director Andrew Sinclair, and a painting by Nicholas Jones (Nicky Wire from the Manic Street Preachers), based on Dylan.

I also organised a series of events during the show including readings, a podcast, talks and a performance piece.  



Preparing interpretive text

For a former Arcade building in Tenby being refurbished as a community space.


Museum Mentoring

Mentoring the Pembroke Dock Heritage Centre through museum Accreditation (pictured) and currently working with the Welsh Spitfire Museum.

Guest curating exhibitions at HaverHub

Working with artists and the staff at HaverHub in Haverfordwest, guest curating art exhitions for 2024 and beyond.

measuring up for a future art exhibtion

Narberth Museum

Working with Narberth Museum on future exhibitions and displays and taking responsibility for their social media posts.


Tenby Steampunk Festival

Researching and writing a series of history based panels, wrting and presenting a talk on on HG Wells and the 1960 film version of The Time Machine, plus co-curating an art exhibition, for  Tenby Steampunk Festival 2024

Previous Projects

historic benchmarks

Historic Benchmarks 2023

Historic Benchmarks, working for Tenby Town Council – 2023 (bilingual interpretive texts placed on benches with associated QR Code podcasts)
One World

One World Exhibition, working with Artisan Avenue – 2021

Various art related and film projects working with refugees – used in ‘Migration Network Event SW England & Wales’.
My Forged In Wales exhibition


Including: Story of Tenby; Maritime History of Tenby; Welsh Film – Forged in Wales; D-Day 75th Anniversary; “The Loo-vre” (art display in Museum visitor toilet, working with schools)

Winter of Wellbeing and Summer of Fun

Welsh Government & The Federation of Museums and Art Galleries of Wales Grants 2022

Radio 6 interview in 2022 with Lauren Laverne regarding '6 Museum' series

Anti Racist Action Plan

Anti-Racist Action Plan - 2021/22

Welsh Government used these anti-racist projects as examples at Museums Association Conference; Race Equality Events – including: Our Connections with Africa, 2020; Windrush Celebration, 2022; Our Voices Our Museums project, 2022 (working with Natalie Jones and Welsh Government)

RNIB See differently

Writing and recording mini podcasts for RNIB - 2021/22

Audio descriptions of museum collections for the visually impaired.

Museum Crush

Museum Crush, Culture 24 - 2021/22

Five articles on heritage and culture, including: Augustus John, Charles Darwin and Kenneth Griffith.

Tenby – Museum Crush

Museum Crush

Museum Booklets

Including: Augustus John, Deeds Not Words (a celebration of women and Tenby), Artists and South Pembrokeshire, Writers and Tenby
Cultural Exchange project with Ukrainian refugees

Welsh-Ukrainian Cultural Exchange project, 2022

 Working with Ukrainian refugees, resulting in an art exhibition.

Museum Crush

Museum from Home - 2020

Daily lockdown Facebook posts based on history and museum objects – for nearly 300 days.
With the Tenby Project

Events and talks

Including: community group ‘Tenby Project’ (people with disabilities); writing The Portrait Speaks (a creative way of looking at portraits in galleries, 2016).

Art Exhibitions

Sourced and liaised with artists; dealt with all marketing and invites; art gallery layout and hang; plus organisation of opening event and delivering Curator’s speech.

Art Exhibition highlights include:

Nicholas Jones (aka Nicky Wire, Manic Street Preachers) – debut solo art exhibition
Mark Raggett – Art Director, ‘The Crown’
Aneurin Jones, Meirion & Joanna Jones
John Uzzell-Edwards & Charlie Uzzell-Edwards (aka ‘Pure Evil’)
Artisan Avenue – highlighting work by refugees and community lockdown art (Tenby Shares)
Alan Salisbury
John Knapp-Fisher
Theo Crutchley-Mack
Claudia Williams
Gwylim Prichard
VC Gallery – local armed services veterans and those with mental or physical disabilities
Barry John MBE
Schools and Community Art Projects

Working with Mark has been invaluable to the success of my latest exhibition. He brings a deep level of insight and experience into the visual arts and is always a pleasure to work with, with his easy manner and principled standpoint. I’m looking forward to the next opportunity I get to work with Mark.

Louise Burdett


Since my association with Tenby Museum and Art Gallery began in 2010 Mark has curated three of my one-man exhibitions.
Each time he has undertaken the hanging process himself and I have always been more than pleased with the result. Mark’s efficient running of the gallery, involving the generation of publicity for the shows both by word of mouth, in the locality, and on social media, has always encouraged good attendance. His enthusiasm for the visual arts, both historical and contemporary, is manifest in his professional and cordial manner.
Mark Raggett

Freelance Artist & Art Director

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