New Collection.

To find my new 18ct gold collection photographed by Steve Speller press the inspirations button...

This collection was made as a result of support from Arts Council England Lottery funding and Dancers Career Development.

Brighton Collects Award

Sarah Warsop 'Portraits Brooch' silver 2010
Winner of The Brighton Collects Award 2010

The Brighton Collects Award -Brighton and Hove Museums and MADE10 each year sponsor a purchase award to buy contemporary craft work to be housed in the museum's specialist craft and design collection which is one of the best collections in the country.

This year the award was split between Choreographer and Jeweller, Sarah Warsop for a piece of jewellery which represents in solid form a series of choreographed dance movements, and Kate Jenkins of Cardigan for a crocheted picture of Battered Cod and Chips. Kate has previously crocheted cigarettes and packets, a whole banquet, a garden and has worked with cartoonists 'Modern Toss'

New photos on the way...

Ring 18ct gold. Sarah Warsop. 2010. Photo Steve Speller.

Ring 18ct gold. Sarah Warsop 2010. photo Steve Speller.

New jewellery photographs will be on the website soon. For information on Sarah's jewellery please contact her through the contact button.
She will be showing her work at MADE 10 in Brighton 18th - 21st November.


Clare Twomey. "Is it madness. Is it Beauty." In rehearsal.

Eight commissioned artists: Massimo Bartolini, Sam Collins, E V Crowe, Angela de la Cruz, Matteo Fargion, Alexandra Hughes, Alice Oswald, Clare Twomey and Ben Tyers, will be showing their works made in response to Siobhan Davies' new piece "The Score" realised and performed by Dance Artists Andrea Buckley, Lindsey Butcher, Annie Pui Ling Lok and Charlie Morrissey.
Gill Clarke and Sarah Warsop will be helping Clare Twomey realise her work.

Siobhan Davies Studios, London, SE1 6ER. 3-14 November. Wed-Fri 5-9, Sat-Sun 2-6. Booking 08444 771000

Inspiring Conversations

Come and listen to novelist Lavinia Greenlaw and artist Cornelia Parker have Conversations on Making, this Friday 1 October, 7 - 8.30pm at Siobhan Davies Studios, 85 St George's Road, London, SE1 6ER.

Big Dance/Big Craft/Big Fun

On Sunday 11 July big fun was had with dance and craft at the Siobhan Davies Studios. As part of Big Dance, movement was transformed into sculpture - I'm not sure who was having more fun, the children or their parents, or Alison and I - neither of us could keep our hand off the coloured paper and glue!

Big Dance weekend

Big Dance
On Sunday 11th July the ceramicist Alison Proctor and I are running a workshop for children at the Siobhan Davies studios combining movement and object making - lots of coloured paper, string and pompoms guaranteed..!

Big Dance Weekend


Check out my new blog under Inspirations

Cambridge, Ledbury, London. 8 July 2010

Thank you to Glenn Sujo for asking me to talk at Kettle's Yard. Great to meet you again and have the opportunity to listen to Professor Andree Grau and film producer Rodney Wilson.

Kettle's Yard

Thank you also to the Ledbury Poetry Festival and Siobhan Davies for the opportunity to dance for poets!

Festival Co Commission!
2. Differences by Siobhan Davies Dance

Siobhan Davies writes, “As a choreographer I experience both the excitement and difficulties of organising my material. Last year I began to read more poetry and I enjoyed it for its’ own sake completely, but it also allowed me to think about the disciplines poets might use as creative strategies. I recognised some behaviour and questions that could be common to both a choreographer and a poet. For instance, how do we find the most economical and accurate written or movement language”. Differences will involve one silent piece of choreography co commissioned by The Ledbury Poetry Festival and Siobhan Davies Dance and existing works by several writers. The dance and poetry will remain distinct and by placing them in the same context we might start a series of conversations about choreography and the writing of poetry and about how artists shape and phrase a work to hold it together as well as propel it out to the audience.