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Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark

ArtistLondon, United Kingdom
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Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark

ArtistLondon, United Kingdom
About me
b. 1995 Rayvenn Shaleigha D'Clark is a self-taught, London-born, UK based sculptor, living and working in Central London. Masters Fine Art Graduate and currently a Freelance Content Developer, Junior Editor & Facilitator (ToR) for Shades of Noir, Head of Creative (Events) for AoCA (Alumni of Colour Association) & Associate Artist for Fevered Sleep.
Projects credited in
  • Guts Gallery Opening Exhibition
    From the 16-19th May 2019, Guts Gallery opened its doors for the first time, exhibiting works from renowned and emerging practitioners at Ugly Duck’s London Bridge event space. An extensive programme was curated, with talks, tours and spoken word events taking place, to produce and uphold creative networks for artists often not afforded such opportunities.⠀
  • ON THE CUSP OF
    Using the phrase 'On the Cusp Of...' to define the moment we now currently exist in, the exposé brings together several artists to show their work in the public sphere asking them to create a narrative surrounding what they are on the cusp of, as exposed within their work. Exploring and appreciating the moment now… this is an opportunity to explore strategies of living in the here and now, regarding a number of issues that relate to the socio-political environment in which we mature as artists a
  • DAMFCY presents Ohwell?
    Part of a growing DIY curatorial scene, this exhibition will engage audiences through work that, despite its variety of subject matter and media, shares an objective of drawing attention to socio-political issues and demonstrates how visual art can be used as an emotive politicising tool. DAMFCY have hand-picked five artists from around the UK and overseas, bringing them together to present audiences with their personal and impassioned responses to current issues that affect everyone: Maximillia
  • BetterShared Summer Show
    BetterShared Summer Show is an annual display of Art, photography and film from creatives of the African and Caribbean diaspora. Welcoming over 200 visitors during the 3 day opening in July. We curated 2 levels of Art, photography and design from 21 of the brightest emerging creatives. Our opening night included a live printing session – in collaboration with Siani Print – alongside music from DJ Noudle. Closing the show with Summer Shorts; a screening of short films directed by international f
  • The Anti Art Fair
  • BAME Freedom Festival #BFFest 2018
    DESCRIPTION This festival is about educating, entertaining and empowering the BAME community in London to be the change we want to see in the world. Between the 16th and 18th of November, we're going to have a weekend full of amazing panels, keynotes, classes, and parties as well as a live Podcast recording, an art exhibition, food and drinks merchants, pop-ups and so much more. This festival is supported by fantastic partners including - ASOS, The Dots, Purpose, Raise the Roof Kenya, This is ou
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Work history
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    JUNIOR EDITORShades of Noir
    London, United KingdomFreelance
    o Assisting/liaising with lead to building ToR Zine o Social Sharing o Assisting with weekly deliverables o Reviewing weekly deliverables o Content Development o Organise/Upload Content to site
    ASSOCIATE ARTISTFevered Sleep
    United KingdomFreelance
    The Institute of Everything is being led and curated by Fevered Sleep’s artistic directors, David Harradine and Sam Butler. Year-long research project exploring creativity and critical thinking in primary schools *in collaboration with Clifton Green Primary School (York)
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Skills
  • Art
  • Art Curation
  • Copywriting
  • Digital Marketing
  • Sculpting
  • Photography
  • Contemporary art
  • Content Creation
  • Poetry
  • Art Handling
Education
    MA Fine ArtUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    BA(Hons) Fine ArtUniversity of The Arts London (UAL)
     - London, United Kingdom
    This 3-year course invites students to work alongside an internationally respected team of artist to better develop their working studio practice and to equip students with the necessary confidence, experience and practical skills that play a key role toward becoming a professional artist on an international stage.
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