Having recently graduated I am looking to pursue a career that will enhance my experience and professionalism in the art world. I am passionate, enthusiastic, hardworking and conscientious. I believe that my commitment and tenacity is reflected in the qualifications I have obtained to date. I work well when under pressure and through my degree and past work experience I have developed my ability to cope with stressful situations and to work quickly. I look forward to meeting new people and have a thirst for gaining valuable new experiences. I have an eye for creative opportunities where ever they may be and I am ambitious to succeed and be an asset to my place of work. As a practicing artist for many years my work has situated around the topic of taboo; often confronting the public with their prejudices in non-traditional gallery spaces. Using various mediums of sculpture and still image, my practice explores humanitarian issues to build awareness and promote subjects of controversy through a visual language.
I was the assistant curator to a small group of artists for an annual event in Oxfordshire. Assisting with the curation of professional art exhibitions • Working with the artists to uphold their vision and the message of their work • Help with the installation of the show itself • Working on a tight time scale
• Greeting visitors and providing information about the various commissioned artists and about Bold Tendencies as a space. • Maintaining and invigilating the artwork in the space. • Help run and assist events, from small intimate groups to larger concerts. •Opening the ‘ gallery’ in the morning making sure the space was clear and at a professional standard. •Closing the space and shutting down any electrical works in the space and locking up. • Help with the running of Bold Kids Co and encouraging children who visited Bold Tendencies to get involved with making art. • Being responsible for groups of children and running exciting and interactive workshops. • Maintaining and conserve the Derek Jarman Garden and Richard Wentworth, “Agora” which are permanent commissions.