Beth Salter, founder of Shut Up Studio is a visiting lecturer at Winchester School of Art and the University of Brighton. Beth designs and deliver workshops, events and lectures on a number of subjects including professional practice and topics including sexism and the environment.

Selected workshops / lectures / engagement projects:


Young People's Events - CreateInsights - Victoria and Albert Museum
Beth Salter, of Shut Up Studio will talk at this young peopes CreateInsights talk.

Yimp is an ongoing project that is co-run with Sian Hogan, an excellent writer. The collaboration is multi-platform and the subject is focused on casual sexism in society. We aim to create an arena for open discussion around the subject, creating a hub for creative and written work, plus a publication. We are currently in the process of getting materials together to create an open call, allowing us to work with contributors and give the project a bigger voice. We also aim to run workshops to give the project a wider voice still.


Engagement Days - University of Brighton 
Screen-printing workshops with local schools and colleges around the Brighton area to give insight into Graphic Design higher Education.

DRS 2016 Conference - University of Brighton
Joint organisation of engaging screen-print workshop using stencils to comment on the most engaging academic workshops and conversations held throughout the conference.

Elm Tree Awareness - Brighton & Hove City Council, First Base & University of Brighton
Overseeing a project focusing on Elm Tree awareness in Brighton, which has the largest collection of Elm Trees in the UK.

NHS Engagement - NHS, Laing O'Rourke & University of Brighton
Running & overseeing a project that involved workshops and designs from University of Brighton students and local groups to create designs a hoarding for the Royal Sussex County Hospital's ongoing redevelopment.