Dr Lindsey Bennett is an artist, researcher and educator deeply committed to the arts and education. She leads arts provision at Chester International School  in the North West of England. Lindsey also serves as an educational coach using the skills she has gathered to foster and encourage creative self-expression through teaching and learning.

With over 10 years’ experience teaching art and the creative process to children, young people and adults, Lindsey has developed her own unique style of holistic teaching and coaching.

Lindsey has a growing list of clients and is seeking to work with educational establishments, teachers and students to provide consultancy and coaching to foster a sustainable culture of teaching and learning.


I am committed to a career in arts based research education and have recently completed my Doctorate in Education at the University of Chester.


2017 – 2020 Making and Relational Creativity [Routledge - 2020] : explores the developing relationships that  arise between art teachers and students through creative practices outside of  the secondary school arts curriculum.

March 2018 Tate Exchange The pedagogical turn to art as research: a comparative international study of art education: University of Chester UK, Concordia University, Canada, The University of British Columbia, Canada; University of Lapland, Finland; and University of Granada, Spain. International collaborative art based research, Tate Liverpool.

Feb 2016, Moving Minds Exhibition, Oriel Sycharth Gallery, Wrexham: Moving Minds saw the coming together of cutting-edge ideas from philosophy, computing and neuroscience, alongside a whole host of artworks, activities and performances. Over 25 artists from around the world featured in the show.