Alastair DuncanArtist





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Welsh Language Level: 1. I can pronounce Welsh personal and place-names correctly, and I can give and respond to basic greetings on the telephone or in person.

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School Areas Covered: Carmarthenshire , Ceredigion , Neath Port Talbot , Pembrokeshire , Powys , Swansea

Art Form: Digital Animation , Graphic Design , Image Editing , Other , Photography , Sculpture , Textiles , Video Art


Originally trained in tapestry weaving and design at Cleveland College of Art, Alastair moved to Wales in 1983 where he established a studio in Swansea's Maritime Quarter. He went on to develop his professional practice completing numerous major commissions for the corporate, private and public sectors with clients such as the Bank of Ireland, Allied Irish Banks, City and County of Swansea, Monmouthshire County Council and many more. He has exhibited widely in the UK and Europe.

From 1995 his work extended to digital media, first in large scale digital print design followed by interactive audio visual media and he has led numerous school and community projects in both tapestry weaving and interactive audio visual production. In 2005 he build his own studio from which he now runs StillWalks® and continues his original tapestry weaving practice. He is currently developing new work with interactive tapestry weaving and sound.

Workshops and projects in tapestry design and weaving, StillWalks Production (photography, sound and video editing) can be provided for schools and communities. The projects aim to raise self esteem and develop awareness of the local environment and are available for all abilities and learning difficulties.



Subject Level School/College/University End Date
Higher National Diploma Cleveland College of Art 1980

Professional Training

Title Additional Info Date
Director (Adobe) interactivity and animation 2003
Audio editing Adam Williams 2005