There is an exciting opportunity to hold a Stall at Oxford City Night Light 2011. The event is taking place on the afternoon of Friday 2ndDecember on St. Giles and will consist of food and drink, arts and crafts, a main stage and of course the spectacular light switch on!
If this is an event which you would like to be involved with, please contact the stalls manager on 01865 200 780 or email@example.com to receive an application pack
WOAPA is a Children’s Stage School based in Witney for ages 4–16 years.
We are open at weekends during the standard academic term.
Providing quality tuition in the three disciplines of Singing, Dance and Drama, our class sizes are deliberately kept small to ensure that each child receives the individual attention they deserve.
Our classes are led by experienced and enthusiastic tutors whose skills in working with young people enable our students to develop at their own pace, and encourage them to reach their true potential.
Established editorial photographer although I now spend most of my time working on the Daily Mail Night Picture Desk. My own pictures are intended for personal and exhibition particularly using traditional film based photography.
My objectives are to produce relevant work and to collaborate with other artists.
I'm an illustrator/ artist and have studied at the University of Plymouth for a BA(Hons) Art & Design. I really enjoy the image making process and have had many successful commissions ranging from landscape, portraiture to illustration work. Please contact me for possible commissions.
Historic Woodstock is seeking an artist or artists to produce a series of plaques for buildings in the town. Each plaque will be made in stone and illustrate the story of a particular building in words and images. They will illuminate the history of the town and its hidden stories for new and existing residents, both young and old as well as visitors to the area. Experienced public artists working within one hour’s drive of Woodstock are preferred.
A full brief is available from West Oxfordshire District Council on 01993 861080. Register interest by 5pm on 15th September 2011.
2008-2011 MA Multi Disciplinary Printmaking, UWE, Bristol UK.
Mavina received a 2:1 BA (Hons) Textiles from the Surrey Institute of Art & Design, Farnham, in the 1990's. Following her degree she practised textile design, making the move to full time printmaking a few years ago.
She has successfully organised and run printmaking and handmade book and journal workshops for Kennet Friends, a scheme based in Ludgershall, and for Mindfully Employed, a work scheme based in Marlborough, both organisations help people with mental health issues.
In an artistic career spanning more than twenty years I have moved from an involvement with painting to a passion for 3D computer graphics. Why computers? I like what I can produce with them.
The city at night is my love; pools of light, deep shadows, the mystery and menace of the urban landscape. Life transfixed in the orange glow of streetlights. Old streets twisting and turning. Crooked buildings, bent and gnarled, dipping over shadowy pavements. Lonely figures forever heading home.
My images are not realistic. They make no pretence of being photographic.
The Pink Pigeons Trust (Faringdon's Public Art group) are looking for an artist to help turn a disused phone box into a vandal-proof clamber-proof work of art. We are seeking to "express an interest" in being consider for this commission.
Our chosen artist will be commissioned to produce designs for the phone box and will be chosen based on artistic merit; its relevance to the area; its sense of fun; its durability; and its ability to engage & surprise. The Pink Pigeons committee and the district council arts officer will consider all proposals.