A young visitor creates sounds with the Tibetan Prayer Bowls that make up the Artangel Installation, Longplayer.

Illustration from our recent mail out, describing our approach.

Illustration from our recent mail out, describing our approach.


WHITE WALL YELLOW DOOR is an artist-run initiative set up by Ashley Amery and Sophy Rickett to provide museums, galleries, theatres and other cultural establishments with resources for families and children.

We provide a full service from initial consultancy and provision of content, to the design and delivery of our innovative, interpretive and distinctive educational material which help families with children get more out of the exhibitions, performances and events they visit.

We work with individual artists to develop, deliver, publicise and monitor the effect of the public benefit aspect of their funding applications. We have been closely involved with several successful bids to organisations such as Arts Council England and the Heritage Lottery Fund, with a particular focus on developing public benefit and audience engagement.


Meet the Team


ASHLEY IS A VISUAL ARTIST.  She studied painting in California, Printmaking and photography in Florence, Italy, and earned an MA in Book Arts at Camberwell College of Art in London.  She has shown at Christie's Multiplied Art Fair, Blister's The Director's Cut at Print Club London, and a variety of other exhibitions.  Her work is held by the University of the Arts London, Pepperdine University, and a number of private collections.



SOPHY IS A VISUAL ARTIST AND WRITER.  She is also a qualified teacher with over 12 years of experience teaching fine art at graduate and post-graduate level throughout the UK.  She has exhibited widely; solo exhibitions of her work include Chateau de Lichtenberg, Alsace; Arnolfini, Bristol; De La Warr Pavilion, Bexhill; Kettle's Yard, Cambridge; Ffotogallery Cardiff.  Her work is held in many private and public collections worldwide including the V&A, the Government Art Collection in London, the Federal Reserve in Washington and the Pompidou in Paris.