Rachel Mimiec


Rachel is a graduate of the Environmental Art Department and MFA at Glasgow School of Art, a Visual Artist with over thirty years’ experience of working in diverse community contexts. She facilitates art projects in collaboration with groups, individuals and other creative professionals.

Past engagement projects include collaborations and residencies with the following: Glasgow’s Gallery of Modern Art, Hidden Gardens at Tramway, Crichton Royal Hospital, East Dunbartonshire Council, Creative Therapies, Scottish Refugee Council, and Citizens’ Theatre. 

Her community art practice has supported the creation of exhibitions, commissions, stage sets, public works and consultations about place-making and public events.

Her work is rooted in the engagement of site, community, and research. She has been a tutor at the University of Strathclyde’s Architecture Department and a visiting tutor at Glasgow School of Art where she shares her experiences and extensive knowledge of working creatively with communities.

Rachel has collaborated with In Cahootz for over a decade. She has worked closely with Creative Citizens participants in establishing a regular ArtClub and in 2023 she curated their first public art exhibition, The Kitchen Collective, in the Project Room at Trongate 103.  The exhibition concluded with a spoken word event performed by eight Creative Citizens. The art exhibition has become an annual event.

Rachel continues a studio-based practice, researching and exhibiting her own work. She has had exhibitions at Tramway, Lillie Gallery, Milngavie, Glasgow’s GoMA and her work has been acquired by Glasgow Museums.


Rachel Mimiec

T: 0141 248 6988 
E: info@incahootz.co.uk