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A recent graduate of Central Saint Martins BA (Hons) Culture, Criticism & Curation, I have developed excellent skills, adaptability and a competence for working in fast-paced environments within the creative industries. Due to my outstanding achievements, I was chosen to represent the student body as the speaker at the graduation ceremony and was one of eight students interviewed for UAL’s promotion of the Degree Shows 2015. You can find the full article here: http://www.arts.ac.uk/csm/csm-culture/central-saint-martins-degree-shows-2015/kimberley-cunningham-/ After working in film and theatre for five years, I enrolled at CSM to specialize in the dissemination of Contemporary Art. I have held professional curatorial positions within the university in my last two years of studies and undertaken several internships with leading cultural organisations.
The Curation Society operates a series of talks, workshops and exhibition tours that bring together students from throughout the University of The Arts London to delve deeper into the world of Curation as well as develop relationships for cross-course collaborations. In November 2014 we organised a Q&A with Susanna Brown, the curator of the Horst exhibition at the Victoria and Albert Museum. We have also developed our own First Thursday style gallery tours called ArtWalks, which takes place around different areas of London and exposing the students to the vast array of culture and heritage sights within London. www.facebook.com/ualcurationsociety
As part of UAL's Digital Enterprise and Employability, UAL:FUTURES is a space for students and graduates of University of the Arts London to explore digital futures for the creative industries, creative work and creative education. We’re helping students learn digital skills and supporting them to become true innovators in the digital space. http://ualfutures.tumblr.com Twitter: @UALfutures My responsibilities include: • Coordinating planning and production of UAL Futures content across all channels. • Commissioning and writing articles and setting up interviews with ual graduates and creative/tech professionals. • liaising with photographers and filmmakers. • engaging the community on social media. • Helping to plan and produce ual futures events.
The DIAL project (Digital Integration Into Arts Learning) is part of CLTAD the Centre for Learning and Teaching in Art and Design. DIAL focuses on the development of digital literacies in Arts Higher Education with the primary goal of improved graduate employability. The project's aim is to develop offline and online communities that build upon the need for students and graduates to have a professional online presence. My role is to develop a community within Central Saint Martins that discusses issues around Online Presence and its importance for an Art related practice. Through this research process I have developed two proposals that will be carried forward in the beginning of the new academic year. For more information: http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/project-groups/changing-learning-landscape http://csmpressplay.myblog.arts.ac.uk
I have been working with DIAL (Digital Integration into Arts Learning) a devision of CLTAD for the past six months as a community developer in CSM running focus groups around the theme of ‘online presence in creative practice’. From this my proposal for a symposium that deals with this subject was awarded a grant from the Communities of Practice Fund, and I have been leading the curation of the event as the sole student on the project. The aim of the symposium was to bring to the foreground the important discussion of online identity for art practices. The internet is no longer used merely as a portfolio display case; online presence is inherent in creative practice and retains various shades between personal and professional that often overlap. Speakers Included : David White (Head of Technology Enhanced Learning, University of the Arts London) Christian Payne aka. Documentary (Creative Technologist and Social Media Expert) Panel: Stina Gustaffson, Chris Fellows http://process.arts.ac.uk/category/project-groups/exploring-online-presence-creative-practice
Play Braamfontein is a property development company dedicated to making a positive impact on the urban landscape of Johannesburg. Over the last ten years, Adam Levy has been creating spaces in which individuals with the same vision and passion for the city can live, work and play. We strive to maximise the potential of each space with the utmost attention to detail and design. The tenants in our spaces become a vital part of the community here and share our vision to revive Braamfontein into the creative networking hub of Johannesburg.
A London based boutique production company.— MUSIC. FASHION. BRANDED & CREATIVE CONTENT. Research for storyboarding, location scouting, assisting directors and producers
Assisting fashion photographer, Cara Johnson, with various projects including Cocosa, Bloww Hair Salon and Dorothy Perkins
Assisted with the annual charity event Dance Noir 2012, in particular the organisation and development of the Sponsorship and Auction Catalogue. Also assisted with administration for both Executive and Creative Directors.
My responsibilities included daily running of the gallery, reporting directly to the Gallery Director, assisting with the writing of press releases, research for upcoming exhibitions/artists and general public enquiries.
Produced and starred in two Serge DeNimes Fashion Films filmed in London by Daniel Audritt. Johannesburg Serge DeNimes fashion film/music video in collaboration with Dead Alphabet is currently in post-production. Director - Adam Edwards and Cinematographer - Hanro Havenga
Chosen as the Valedictorian for the 2015 Central Saint Martins Graduation Ceremony