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BA (Hons) History of Art, Pembroke College, University of Cambridge, 2009-2012

Foundry Assistant and Apprentice to Laurence Edwards, 2013-2016

Artist Assistant to May Cornet, 2016-2017


Y Bwrdd/ The Table, Oriel Myrddin Gallery, Carmarthen, Wales

Handmade in Oxford, Waterperry Gardens, Oxfordshire

Peckham Craft Show, London Craft Week, London 

Hill End Residency Award, Bathurst Regional Art Gallery, Bathurst, Australia 

BASET Endeavour Award Winner 2019, The British Australia Society, London


BLOC Arts, Artist in Residence 2018 - 2020

Lost Wax Casting Project with Cedarwood Primary School, The Portable Foundry Project, Kesgrave

Contributor to ANNOTATED SAX COMPENDIA, Published and curated by Jonathan P Watts & Ryan Gander, 9B Cork Street, London

'Blue Dot', Art For Cure, Suffolk, UK

Handmade in Chelsea, Chelsea, Handmade in Britain, London 

Handmade in Kew, The Royal Botanical Gardens, Handmade in Britain, Richmond London

Handmade in Edinburgh, Selected Artist in Curated by Dan Goode within show, Edinburgh

Artist in Residence, Culture Lab: Suffolk Libraries in partnership with METAL, Liverpool


Sand Casting Project with Hartismere Academy, The Portable Foundry Project, Eye

'Aristotle & The Big Pink Bird', Collaboration with The Cool Green House, London

Guest speaker at Plug-In, Smiths Row, Bury St Edmunds

'New Mobiles', The Aldeburgh Look Out Tower, Aldeburgh

Artist Facilitator, Kettle’s Yard, Cambridge (2017- Present)

Lost Wax Casting Project with Melton Primary School, The Portable Foundry Project, Melton

Why I Sculpt, Cambridge University, Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge

'Works of the Heart’ TOAST Campaign, featured artist/winner of TOAST Works of the Heart Campaign

Cambridge Contemporary Arts, Cambridge

Crinan Residency Award, Crinan, Scotland

The Aldeburgh LookOut Tower Residency, Aldeburgh


A Cabinet of Curiosities, Potterton Books London Ltd, London

Things Themselves, Vernon Gardens, Los Angelese, USA

Artist Observer in the Dissection Room, King's College London, London

Solo Show, White House Farm, Great Glemham

David Mitchel, Alice-Andrea Ewing: Landscape in Bronze & Print, Aldeburgh

Crash Award 2016, In-Situ, Lancashire

Publication of Ada Kaleh, Little Island Press, London


Untitled: Freddy Morris & Alice-Andrea Ewing, Finland

Haihatus Residency, Joutsa, Finland

Alice-Andrea Ewing and Mimi Roberts, Potterton Books London Ltd, London

Cambridge Contemporary Arts, Cambridge

Noye’s Fludde: Procession, Aldeburgh Music 2015 Prom Installation, Snape Maltings 

Seaview Gallery, Walberswick

New Sculpture, Aldeburgh Gallery, Aldeburgh


Potterton Books London, Ltd, London

Upstairs Gallery, Beccles

BITUMEN AND PORK, Installation for FEAST, Battersea Arts Centre, London

Burlington Bazar, Burlington Arcade, London

Exhibitor at Cornucopia, Suffolk, (2014-Present)

Exhibitor at Galloper Sands/Alde Valley Festival 2014, Suffolk, (2014-Present)

White House Farm Residency Programme 2014, Great Glemham



‘Why I Sculpt’, Transcript publication through Lucy Cavendish College, Cambridge University, 2017

Interview, The Rake's Progress, 2017

World Of Interiors, February 2017

'Things Themselves' Exhibition Essay, Zully Adler, 2016

The Germ, Article on The Organics Series, 2016

The Learned Pig Clean/Unclean Editorial, BITUMEN AND PORK: Four images and a note on the making of the Installation, 2015


The Portable Foundry Project 

Educational programme established in 2014 with artist Freddy Morris. The project has run numerous bronze casting demonstrations, educational workshops and projects with a range of age groups, schools and organisations including Arts Council England, BLOC Arts (Suffolk Libraries) and Snape Maltings. 




An ongoing design series produced through collaborations with gardens and notable botanical sites. The works are unique bronze herbarium specimens, produced through an adaptation of the Lost Wax process. Collections have been produced with a number of historical gardens in East Anglia as well as Soho House and the Eden Project. The work has appeared in World of Interiors, Tatler and the Telegraph.


2017-18 Director of Jetty Lane C.I.C, Artist Studios

In 2017, Jetty Lane C.I.C was established in an attempt to secure land in Woodbridge, Suffolk, from the local Council for the building of an Arts & Youth Centre. Acting as one of four directors overseeing and researching the proposal for the council, we successfully obtained a 125 year lease and permission to build up to 12 affordable studios within the facility alongside provision for art workshops in the main hall space.