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.Locked Pro Plan feature
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
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)
o Assisting/liaising with lead to building ToR Zine o Gathering Resources o Building Mailing List o Social Sharing o Gathering Key Data o Submission processing o Contacting Peer Reviewers o Building/Editing Keywords list o Up-to-date Crib Sheet o Compiling Resource/Reading List o Assisting with weekly deliverables o External Contributors Communication o Time management o Organisation
o Contribute to site content o Managing several social media profiles o Uploading editorial content to our website and social media sites o Film review generating and editing o Building mailing list o Writing copy for product and posting for website and other HF-UK mediums.
o Contribute to site content o Writing copy for product and posting for website and other SoN mediums. o Uploading editorial content to our website and social media sites o Help research and generate new ideas for content o Attending conferences o Film generating and editing o Conducting interviews with persons in Higher Education and Creative Industries o Liaise with Web Management and PR Team o Managing Press Cuttings o Team Work & building o Regular Event management o Building mailing list
The MA Fine Art course at Chelsea is a community of artists who aim to challenge and define what it means to be an artist operating within a global context from our central London location, enabling its students to produce a high level of independent work, underpinned by the course’s challenging theoretical curriculum and instruction in approaches to research methodology, to re-evaluate and contextualise their work in relation to contemporary fine art practice and to generate discourse with their fellow students and re-evaluate their practice with each other.
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.
This is a one-year, full-time vocational course that acts as in intermediate year between finishing A-Levels and beginning a Degree course in art or related subjects, that enabling students to define an individual creative studio practice.