Chioma Ince is an Illustrator interested in exploring themes of politics, identity and most importantly creating and bringing to life vibrant and playful narratives. Recently graduating from The Glasgow School of Art in 2019 Chioma’s multi-faceted discipline engages with the materiality of storytelling in its many forms, functions and purposes within design.Locked Pro Plan feature
My role at Royal Brompton Hospital includes: - Supporting the hospital in constantly thinking of ways to improve clinical environments through innovative patient, staff and visitor participatory arts activities. - Designing posters for the Staff and Patient exhibition. - Aiding in the preparation of arts and crafts workshop and the facilitation of workshops for charities such as Chain of Hope. - Dealing with important archival documents.
- Visually contributed on two magazine editorial projects. - Worked on the online content for World Book Day. - Displayed knowledge in Adobe InDesign, Photoshop and Typography when designing the flyer invitation for the Issue 1 ‘Changing Perspectives: Migration To Europe’ launch party. - Lead a workshop at Kings College London at a conference on dehumanisation and othering. Looking at art as an advocate for addressing issues on race and identity I presented my project The Fetishism of Black Hair, leading an interactive workshop to a group of university students from around the world. Demonstrating my leadership abilities but also my passion for finding ways to share artistic modes of expression and joy with the community.
Designed multiple tote bags for the GSA Students Association for the upcoming 2019 Fresher Week.
Designed a window installation for Shelter Scotland's 50 anniversary fighting against homelessness.
2:1 Bachelor of Arts in Communication Design (Hons)
Distinction Foundation Diploma in Art & Design