Alice Burnhope is an award-winning textile artist and artist educator. She specialises in socially engaged artwork, co-creating immersive installations and sculptural wearable art with the public to support their wellbeing and connection to nature.
Alice's practice is based in sustainable textile techniques, such as utilising waste materials, natural dyes and patchwork.
Alice has collaborated with galleries, brands, magazines and charities such as Hayward Gallery, Craft Council, Sarabande Foundation, ArtHouse Jersey, London Craft Week, Hole & Corner, Toast, American Vintage, Spitalfields London, Lewisham Borough of Culture, Arts 4 Dementia and Royal Maritime Museums.
Alice graduated with a First Class honours from Loughborough University in 2020 in Textiles. In 2016, she was awarded the ‘Sarabande Foundation’ scholarship founded by Lee Alexander McQueen, supporting her throughout her degree. In 2021, Alice become part of the Cockpit community through the ‘Make It 2021’ award.