Sandy Wood is Collections Curator at the Royal Scottish Academy of Art & Architecture. He is responsible for the management, care of, and access to the RSA's uniquely formed collection, recognised as a collection of National Significance to Scotland.

Sandy joined the RSA in 2003 after graduating in Fine Art from Gray's School of Art, Aberdeen, later completing a master's in Museum Studies at the University of Leicester. Starting work at the RSA as a technician, he was appointed Assistant Curator in 2010 and Collections Curator in 2013. His areas of interest include the stories woven between historic and contemporary practice and practitioners, artistic lineage and legacy and the revealing of art through process and artistic voice.

Recent exhibitions and publications have included 'James Cumming RSA (1922–1991): Symbols of the Mind', 2015; 'UnRealised: Architectural Imagination from the RSA Collections', 2016; 'Ages of Wonder: Scotland's Art 1540 to Now', RSA and Touring Scotland 2017–2021, and 'Andiamo! Forty Years of the John Kinross Scholarships to Florence', 2021.

Sandy Wood