Rose Sergent is a visual artist and arts producer making work in Manchester.
As an artist she has worked with Oldham Coliseum, Contact Theatre, Greater Manchester Combined Authority and more. Rose’s art often focusses on highlighting societal disparities for ill/disabled people through bright and bold digital art. She is currently working with Little Lost Robot to develop a series of artwork and a zine about gig access called ‘Some Punks Need to Sit Down at Gigs’.
She started and runs the Drawn Poorly project which focuses on art exploring the reality of living with health conditions and disability. The project has featured 90 different ill/disabled creatives through zines, performance nights and social media take overs. Drawn Poorly was one of the supported projects at Contact in 2018/19 through the Future Fires programme and was featured as part of the Edinburgh Festival central programme in 2019. To learn more about Drawn Poorly, head over to @DrawnPoorlyZine on Instagram or Twitter.
Rose was recently awarded funding from Arts to develop as a Disability Arts Producer. She’s currently receiving mentoring and training with the intention of producing more work with Disabled Artists. To learn more about this bursary please visit: https://jerwoodarts.org/projects/rose-sergent/