Sally Hughes

CIVIC INNOVATOR & CHANGE FACILITATOR I am a skilled facilitator, project coordinator, writer and visual and performance artist.

I am Founder of Share Cardiff, a new emergent enterprise that seeks to build a community network committed to sustainability and activating the urban commons for a better future, by people, for people. Shining a spotlight on sharing, solidarity and the new economy in Cardiff.

I have maintained a creative practice since beginning my journey as an artist in 1999. I am a Creative Associate with the The Republic of the Imagination where I am developing my own CoArts practice and making Sensory Portals and Sensory Labyrinth Theatre.

I have over 10 years experience of working as a lecturer in the FE sector, where I also worked as a Manager and Coordinator and in my early career as a Support Worker. I work freelance in the voluntary sector. My work focuses on women’s equality and social leadership and is underpinned by a systems and complexity approach to social change, active citizenship and civic participation. I have a keen interest in creativity and the creative process.



Founder Share Cardiff | 2017

Creative Associate The Republic of the Imagination | 2016 -17

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“Sally is a real professional, she allows the group to develop very organically, and before you know it you feel very positively connected with other attendees.” Laura Davies

“Sally manages to be extremely creative and imaginative while being able to stay focused and down-to-earth.” Vaida Barzdaite

“She stimulates the interaction and the free sharing of thoughts and ideas.” Eunice Chipachini

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From where we are, to where we want to be: Building sustainable enterprises to support social change in the sharing age

“The prevailing wisdom is that talk is cheap and that it’s a poor, timid substitute for action…conversation is action, because it is the wellspring from which relationships and trust are generated and informed decisions grow.” Thomas F Beech This week I have had the good fortune to happen upon a great online conversation with social …