Sarnia de la Maré FRSA (cellist and composer at Tale Teller Club) is a proud Fellow of the Royal Society of Arts and is active in the Society's endeavours. Sarnia's work in music and fine art seeks to challenge negative environmental impacts in art production whilst making her work available to all who will benefit from an arts education.  


The Tale Teller Club is just putting together a blog category for the wonderful RSA and will keep viewers, readers, listeners and fans updated with their news.

In case you were unsure here is a bit of information.


Fellowship of the Royal Society for the Encouragement of Arts, Manufactures and Commerce (FRSA) is an accolade granted to individuals that the Royal Society of Arts (RSA) considers to have made outstanding achievements to social progress and development.


I was proposed for a fellowship by my wonderful mentor, and now great, friend Professor Phillip Sams, who guided me in my creative practices in regard to the Future's Venture Foundation art grant. His advice and mentoring support have been invaluable in setting up this project.

Hopefully, we will finally escape the restrictions imposed and things in London will begin to start rolling again and I fully intend to hold all my important business meetings at the wonderful RSA venue.


The RSA is committed to all the things that I hold dear and attempt to manifest here at the Immersion Project: eco issues, arts, egalitarianism, embracing of all classes and cultures, to name a few.

Here is the YouTube page for all the online events.


Here is the playlist feed from their channel on Youtube.