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N Cooper

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
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N Cooper

IllustratorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
With a background in Visual Arts and more recently Theatre, I use Arts as a gateway to explore, critique and imagine. I am greatly invested in people’s growth and development. I thrive facilitating interdisciplinary transformative processes for personal and collective growth, making connections through creativity.
Projects
  • Black Histories, Black Presence, Black Futures
    Black Histories, Black Presence, Black FuturesA series of digital illustrations designed for Black History Month 2021 with emphasis on accessibility for complex needs national charity, Sense UK.
Projects credited in
  • Salomé
    SaloméYaël Farber rewrites the biblical tale, placing the character at the centre of a revolution against the Romans occupying her people’s land. The campaign image is inspired by the use of sand in Susan Hilferty set design, and by Caravaggio paintings of religious ecstasy and martyrdom. Photography (Isabella Niloufar) by Sebastian Nevols Trailer by Mike Marriage
  • Barber Shop Chronicles
    Barber Shop ChroniclesInua Ellams play leaps from Peckham to Johannesburg, Harare, Kampala, Lagos and Accra to show how African men gather in barber shops to discuss women, fatherhood, football, politics and the state of the world. The image puts the audience right in the barber chair, with the title handpainted on the wall in the style of the barber shop signs found in Africa. Photography by Dean Chalkley Title treatment by Jamie Malcom
  • NATIONAL THEATRE
    NATIONAL THEATREEducation is central to the National Theatre. The NT’s projects with schools involve young people in every aspect of theatre, from playwriting to technical skills. For the 50th anniversary, the NT wanted to celebrate the fantastic range of drama and theatre taking place in schools and commissioned this poster as a birthday present to themselves, sent to every secondary school and college across the UK. The limited edition of the NT’s 50th anniversary poster for schools, designed by RUDE, can b
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Work history
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    Visual ArtistSelf Employed
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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    Workshop FacilitatorNational Maritime Museum, Greenwich
     - London, United KingdomFreelance
    Developed and delivered two family sessions on-site and digitally, exploring the themes ‘retelling whitewashed histories’ and ‘celebrating black futures’. Black british history and African music through arts.
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Skills
  • Operations Admin
  • Workshop Facilitation
  • Children’s Workshops
  • Creative Workshops
  • Illustration
  • Watercolour Illustration
  • Musician
  • Arts Administration
  • Author
  • Anthropology
Education
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    Master’s degree in AnthropologySchool of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
     - London, United Kingdom
    A transdisciplinary approach to understanding migration in the contemporary world.
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    Bachelor's Degree in Graphic Design and New MediaUniversity for the Creative Arts
     - Epsom, United Kingdom
    Exploring and investigating the potential of current and emerging technologies in communicative art.
Awards
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    Student-Led Enterprise Project of the Year AwardSchool of Oriental & African Studies, University of London
    Category Winner for ‘African Musical Instruments’ self-initiated project at Make A Difference Awards