Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark is currently contributing to the development of ARAEA’s Anti-Racist Art Education Checklists.
Rayvenn delivers across all elements of the ongoing Runnymede Trust co-commission Visualising Inclusive Practice project as a Project Researcher. This co-commission aims to deliver the first major research commission into access to the visual arts for Black and minority ethnic students. She contributes to the research, creative impact and wider stakeholder engagement.
In addition, Rayvenn Shaleigha D’Clark is a digital sculptor, curator and lecturer who freelances across a number of creative institutions including the London College of Fashion (UAL), Shape Arts and Runnymede Trust.