Andrew Currie

Job title
Senior Technician
01326 213797 Ext: 3797

I began working at Falmouth university in 2005 as a part-time 3d associate lecturer on the Art Foundation and as a temporary woodwork technician in the fine art workshop, which eventually turned into a full time position. I then transferred in 2007 to fine art metalwork/kinetic sculpture technician in 2007, which is the position I still currently hold, as a senior technician.

I graduated from a fine art degree at Falmouth in 1999 and continued my practice as a kinetic sculptor exhibiting internationally, especially since the 1999 BT New contemporaries exhibition for which I was selected for - this functioned as a major stepping stone for my career in the arts.

I completed a PGCE in post compulsory education at Cornwall College in 2005 specializing in teaching fine art and have been working within the school of Art ever since.


YearQualificationAwarding body
BA(Hons) Fine Art
Falmouth University
PGCE (Post compulsory education)
Cornwall College

Research outputs



I delivered a teaching workshop and exhibited work as part of the Performing Objects conference at Falmouth University


Artist lectures given as part of Foundation professional practice lecture series - Falmouth

Policy engagement within Cornwall

I have worked as a lead artist/lecturer on various Widening Participation summer school workshops (these include drawing projects, Inflatable sculpture workshops and Rude Goldberg workshops)

I coordinated a BIG DRAW event in 2005 in Falmouth which was a combined drawing event done by various school children across Cornwall , culminating in a huge banner unveiled on the side of the Maratime Museum in Falmouth.

Business engagement

Consultancy and facility services

2014 - Clerke and Joy performance/theatre company - consultancy for an onstage 'performing machine'  and access to Fine Art workshop
2015 - ATOI collaborative artists - consultancy and currently working on bronze investment casting project together

Professional engagement