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Rabia Begum

Creative practitionerUnited Kingdom
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Rabia Begum

Creative practitionerUnited Kingdom
About me
I am passionate about producing work that is political, ethical and social, thus raising awareness about current issues. I am aware that through my extensive years spent in the academics of art, I have explored a breadth of different disciplines in my studies and wish to continue to show how I have applied this knowledge into my work with various practices and media. My practice focuses on Climate Emergency and Mindfulness.
Projects
  • Art UK - Winston Churchill in Gallery Oldham: a complex legacyTo read this article, please use this link: https://artuk.org/discover/stories/winston-churchill-in-gallery-oldham-a-complex-legacy#
  • There’s No Place Like HomeAn evening of Pecha Kuchas exploring female Muslim Creativity programmed by British women of Muslim Heritage.
  • Reduce, Reuse, Recycle and REFUSEArtists Rabia Begum and Frances Walker will be exploring creative ways you and your family can take action on Climate Crisis and make a big difference! Get hands-on with junk modelling to help design a greener future Manchester. We will send your ideas to Manchester MP’s. Bring your old children’s clothes to our swap shop to support sustainable fashion. Transform your unwanted plastic bags into insulated mats!
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Work history
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    Visitor Experience AssistantGallery Oldham
    Manchester, United KingdomFull Time
    Excel in delivering high quality gallery and heritage services for all members of the public, assisting in the organisation and security of exhibitions, the care of collections along with actively supporting the delivery of family, educational activities and events, working in local studies and archives, being able to help carry out environmental checks, controls, security and the maintenance of art gallery and museum collections by being alert, responsive and able to deal appropriately with issues.
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    Project ManagerWhitworth Art Gallery
     - Manchester, United KingdomFreelance
    Organised a Pecha Kucha evening, "There's No Place Like Home", in response to the 'Beyond Faith' exhibition, exploring Muslim female artists living in Britain.
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Skills
  • Project Management
  • Marketing
  • Community Engagement
  • Customer Service
  • Crisis Management
  • Time Management
  • Adaptability
  • Confidence
  • Budgeting
  • Organisation