I have been singing professionally for 30 years, and teaching singing for over 25 years, working with a lot of different singers, in many musical styles.
I train professional singers and singing teachers, and am very experienced in dealing with the psychological aspects of voice development and performance. Lessons include clear explanation of vocal anatomy and function, how each technique creates certain physical sensations and sounds, and what is healthy for the voice.
THE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE (JEWELLERY AND SILVERSMITHING)
– from January 2011 (2 POSTS)
Responsible to: Head of Visual Arts
The Artist in Residence (Silvermithing and Jewellery) is responsible for maintaining the Jewellery and Silversmithing Studio and running of our popular courses and workshops. The residency provides an opportunity to develop new work in a well-equipped studio and to develop teaching skills.
This is a 12 months post, with possible extension of another 12 months.
THE ARTIST IN RESIDENCE (CERAMICS) – from January 2011
Responsible to: Head of Visual Arts
The Artist in Residence (Ceramics) is responsible for maintaining the Ceramics Studio and for the running of ceramics courses and workshops. The residency provides an opportunity to develop new work in a well-equipped studio and to develop teaching skills.
This is a 12 months post, with the possible extension of another 12 months.
I’m a photographic artist and crafts woman; I hope to amongst other things showcase my passion for Up-cycling. This is the art of transforming unwanted materials into precious gifts and new and better items. This is not a new idea, nor is it something our consumer society encourages, but it is become increasingly popular.
I make up-cycled cake and jewellery stands along with various jewellery items such as earrings and necklaces. I am also a photographic artist who has been teaching adults up to degree level for the past five years.
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.
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.
Crisis Skylight, our award winning and accredited education, training and employment services, offer practical and creative workshops with formal learning opportunities that lead to qualifications and finding work. Crisis Skylight Oxford will be located in the Old Fire Station in the centre of the city. It will include a social enterprise Skylight Café, open to the public.
• Responsible for every aspect of the business, ensuring that all cafe customers are satisfied, that employees are working effectively as a team, and that the business is profitable.