Si Sapsford is a module leader, co-leading the first year programme with lecturer Amanda Francis, running the weekly seminars, which introduce students to principles of fine art practice and are a forum to showcase students' artwork and discuss any related ideas or concepts.
Students have an opportunity to build a sense of community, while individually developing a capacity to articulate ideas.
Si also runs a series of springboard projects to induct students to workshops, in order to enhance their skills and confidence. UEL Fine Art has been at the forefront of integrating new technologies such as 2D and 3D printing with traditional sculptural and printing practices.
After graduating from Queen Mary College with a Biology degree she sailed around the world for seven years before going to Chelsea College of Art, and graduating with an MFA from the Royal College of Art.
She has won various awards including BP Travel Award, Battersea Park Annual Award and has contributed to various publications including Turps painting magazine.
She has exhibited widely including National Portrait Gallery, Royal Academy, Mall Gallery, Linden Gallery, Melbourne, Gallerie M.LeitBarbosa, Rio.
- BP Travel Award, National Portrait Gallery
- Battersea Park Annual Award, awarded by Sir Norman Foster
- NENE Award, Ashley Stewart Prize, London Institute
- King Sturge Art Prize (Highly Commended), London Institute, Davies Street