Melissa Appleton is an artist, producer and creative director
based in the
, South East Wales.
With a background in architecture, Melissa’s work responds to place – combining environments, live events, sound and other elements into an expanded form of sculpture.
Since 2015 Melissa’s work has focused on developing site-responsive programmes with community, land and environmental partners.
currently creative director at
Cymru an arts organisation working with young people, artists and rural communities.
Between 2008-12 Melissa co-directed Post Works, a collaborative architecture studio with Matthew Butcher – making environments for dance and live performance.
Melissa taught at the Ruskin School of Art between 2011-19 and has also taught on art and architecture courses at the Royal College of Art, The Bartlett (UCL) and Nottingham University.