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The role of Social Media Ambassador involves maintaining a personal presence on social media platforms, sharing content on behalf of the Fashion Museum, creating engaging content in relation to the museum's events, responding to enquiries, questions and discussions amongst the online community, and driving engagement amongst online audiences.
Working alongside the designer with general administrative tasks as well as promoting the company via social media channels, regularly updating the website, producing and distributing monthly news letters, contributing to the blog, assisting on photo-shoots and various ad-hoc tasks.
Working alongside artists throughout a series of workshops in partnership with the Bath Artists' Studios to promote arts education to communities. My role included assisting the artists at workshops, co-curating the exhibition, interviewing artists about their role within the project and the importance of arts education, documenting and reflecting on my position as an intern.
Chicago-based artist Theaster Gates was invited by Bristol arts producer, Situations, to create his first public project in the UK as part of Bristol 2015 European Green Capital. As a Sanctum Host volunteer, it is my responsibility to welcome visitors to Theaster Gates' Sanctum and answer any questions about the theme and concept of the project and the English heritage site of Temple Church. It is an opportunity to share information on the background of Situations as producers and how they are dedicated to challenging perceptions about where and what public art can be. I also helped with the physical set-up of the Sanctum site and was involved in the creation of the red brick path at the entrance of the location so I could get a diverse and all-round experience of the production of the project.
As an ambassador for the Art Weekender, I am responsible for welcoming visitors, collecting information through short surveys, helping audiences interpret the artworks and generally enhancing the experience of those seeking out new encounters with art. The role is an ideal opportunity to express my enthusiasm for the Bristol/Bath art scene and to engage members of the public with what the cities have to offer.
As a Live Guide, I will be present in the arts/performance events happening in the Bearpit (Bristol) and interacting with the public about the goings-on as well as assisting the artists with the set-up of their work. Hand in Glove is a Bristol-based collective of artists and curators who produce projects in a variety of contexts to showcase and support emerging artist practice. We collaborate with artists, working across a range of disciplines to develop and present artwork with a focus on process, dialogue and exchange.
I was responsible for welcoming visitors to the museum and providing information, working within the museum’s shop and processing cash and card payments, taking event bookings, keeping note of sales, answering phone calls and being the first point of contact for enquiries. I also helped encourage the museum’s online presence by maintaining an up-to-date record of museum events/activities on websites, contributing to the published content on social media sites.
The course is tailored to allow the transfer of skills from an academic to a real working environment, with the opportunity to work closely with industry on site-specific artwork, curating, and working to commission. I have been able to develop practical skills within two-dimensional processes - screen-printing, digital and analogue photography, life drawing and mixed media - as well as three-dimensional - ceramics, sculpture, textiles - alongside a professional practice module to enable me to think about my work as a professional and to establish myself in a working environment.
Lectures based on Japanese anime, manga, literature, music, idol culture, tourism, street performance, traditions, contemporary culture, and fashion. With field trips to animation studios, Lake Kawaguchi, Shinto shrines and Buddhist Temples. Workshops in making sushi and furoshiki wrapping
A two year course to develop both 2D and 3D practice and gain experience in both traditional and contemporary disciplines including ceramics, textiles, graphics, painting, life drawing and 3d
A course designed to recognise the global perspective of undergraduate studies and to firmly place students in the global employment market, studying this award alongside my degree programme. Being accepted on this extra course alongside my degree led to getting a grant given to study/travel abroad, which I used to attend a summer school at Meiji University in Tokyo, Japan for a month.