Anthony Padgett

Anthony Padgett

Morecambe, Lancashire, United Kingdom

About Anthony Padgett

Award Winning Artist, writer and teacher Anthony Padgett has works in private, public and academic collections.
Anthony has also worked as a teacher and as an archaeologist and a conservator of sculpture and monuments in London and the Holy Land (for the British School of Archaeology in Jerusalem, the Israel Antiquities Authority and the Palestinian Department of Antiquities).
He is a campaigner for artists working rights.


MA Theory of Contemporary Art & Performance - From Wimbledon School of Art 2004
PG Diploma in the Conservation of Architectural Stone Work - Bournemouth University
PG Cert Education in Religious Education - S. Martins College, Lancaster
BA Philosophy - University of York 1990


Future Shows: Employment Tribunal Case Against Tate Messiah Pilgrimage Jesus Grand Prix 2003 Religion Mix Disco Dance Makes The World Go Round Art Religion Song Stand-up Comedy V SIR NICHOLAS SEROTA, TATE - Religious Discrimination CaseThe Employment Equality (Religion or Belief) Regulations 2003This Tribunal case is also a piece of art. It is an attempt to take control of state funded art away from corporate collectors and commercial galleries by protecting artists/performers rights (disability, race, sex, sexual orientation, age and religion). The culture of multinational collectors and their spouses can be resisted even if the globalisation of their corporations is spreading. The case has implications for the UK and also for Europe as the EE Regulations 2003 are formulated out of the EU Employment Framework Directive (Directive 2000/78).


numerous solo and group shows, artists residencies etc.
These include Liverpool Biennial Indpendents
Others to be listed at a future date.
About Vision (International Art Technology) competition - Winner 2002 (London's Golden Square)
Jewish Artist of the Year - Runner Up
Current works include bust of 1st world war poet Wilfred Owen sited in 10 places Owen lived.
Current Major work is bust of Vincent Van Gogh sited in 7 places he lived and worked.