I am a Screen Print Artist from Dublin, Ireland. I completed My degree in Product Design in 2003 after which I moved to Scotland.
I worked as a product designer for a small company in Glasgow and then was involved nationally as an interior designer for IKEA. In 2006 I moved to Oxford where I undertook a post graduate course to become a teacher of art and graphics to 11-18 year-olds. I have now decided to focus solely on my art career.
I produce screen-prints which are modern takes of classic scenes, primarily buildings but also objects to be found around us.
Event Management Company wanted for Cowley Road Carnival 2013
Cowley Road Works charity is looking for an experienced event management company for the Cowley Road Carnival in Oxford, scheduled to take place on 7 July 2013.
Cowley Road Carnival has developed since 2001 as one of the region’s biggest multicultural, community based, outdoor arts events, attracting over 20,000 people.
Experienced, enthusiastic and flexible individual required to lead on all operational aspects of the organisation, with a particular responsibility for our Front of House service, Finance and Health and Safety provision; working closely with hirers of the building to ensure that The Mill continues to provide an excellent arts experience to all its users.
Dynamic and experienced individual required to lead the artistic direction of The Mill Arts Centre’s mixed programme. This is a new post and we are looking for someone with extensive experience of programming a small scale venue with live theatre, dance and music as well as developing an established participatory arts education programme aimed at extending opportunities and providing a compelling offer to a broad audience.
You will be able to demonstrate innovation and success in working with a voluntary board to promote a contemporary and exciting programme.
LUNAS DANCE PROJECT is an entertainment dance company created to promote the arts and make it more accessible and appealing to people. The repertoire is pretty wide, ranging from fun to emotionally charged pieces based in ballet and jazz techniques. The aim is to keep the moves connected, natural and as real as possible by relating back to every day situations, objects, emotions and experiences.
Film Oxford is an independent centre for film and digital media based in Oxford (charity 1041014) whose aim is to build an inclusive film making community and a ladder of opportunity for all. We offer a range of courses, for beginners through to professionals, as well as production advice and access to equipment. We also take on commissions, develop and manage community projects, run youth film activities and co ordinate major screening events in and around the county.
Course Administrator/Receptionist wanted at Film Oxford
Course Administrator/Receptionist – 18 hours per week at £7.00 per hour
Film Oxford is a busy, dynamic centre for digital media training and production in the heart of East Oxford. The charity set up in 1985 has become a flagship social enterprise receiving funding from Oxford City Council as well as project funding from many organisations including The British Film Institute and The Arts Council of England.