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CV

Education:


2016-2020

The Slade School of Fine Art

Fine Art, BA, First Class Honours

2015-2016

Barton Peveril Sixth Form College,

Foundation Diploma in Art and Design

Awards and prizes:

The Alfred W. Rich Prize,

2020.

The Barto Dos Santos Memorial Award,

2020.

The Slade School of Fine Art departmental nominee for the UCL Faculty of the Arts & Humanities Rosa Morrison Memorial Medal,

2020.

Residencies:


OUTPOST Remote Residencies,

OUTPOST Gallery, Norwich,

2020.


Group exhibitions: 


Words to Be Looked At (postponed)

Wolfson College Library, Oxford,

Curator: Carey Young,

2020.


The Small Press Project 04: Visions of Protest,

The Slade Research Centre, London,

Curators: Liz Lawes, Lesley Sharpe, Sarah Pickering, Egidija Čiricaitė, and David Blackmore,

March, 2019.


The Small Press project 03: Sound,

The Slade Research Centre, London,

Curators: Liz Lawes, Lesley Sharpe, Sarah Pickering, and Hannah Dargavel-Leafe

March, 2018.


Royal Trash

The Bethnal Green Working Men’s Club, London.

Curator: Giulia Casalini,

March, 2017.    


The Masters - Intaglio,

The Bankside Gallery, London.

Curator: Norman Ackroyd RA.,

November, 2016.


Publications:

Poems featured in The Poetry Shed,

Newcastle: ‘Inside Writing’, NCLA online archive,

2020.

Poems featured in Colour and Poetry,

London: Slade Press,

2020. 


Windrush: Songs in a Strange Land (Review),

The Socialist Review,

July/August issue, 2018. 


Poem featured in: Exquisite Corpse,

London: Slade School of Fine Art,

2018.


Follow Them True, (Review),

Socialist Worker,

January, 2018.


Futurators Overthrow,

Portsmouth: Aspex Gallery publication,

2016.


Lectures, conferences, and symposia: 


Colour and Poetry: A Symposium - Slade Research Centre, (featured as part of a panel of speakers and poets) 

The Slade Research Centre, London,

March, 2019.


Protest! Voices of Dissent in Art and Text, UCL Special Collections symposium, (featured as part of a panel of speakers and performers)

University College London, London,

March, 2019.


Anti-Racism In The Age Of Trump And Brexit - 4th Annual European Conference (London), Platypus international conference, (featured as part of a panel of speakers)

Goldsmiths, University of London, London,

February, 2018.


The People’s Symposium,

Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth,

July, 2016.


Radio:


Chalk Hill (co-author and co-performer)

Panic FM,

2020.


Walter Rodney and Martin Carter: Voices of Revolution from Guyana,

No Bounds Radio,

2020.

Research: 

Member of The Museum of British Colonialism's Paper Trails Research Community. 


Commissions: 

Unite! Rebuild! Pull Through!

Commission for Portsmouth Creates, outdoor public art trail,

Poster: hand-coloured drypoint, enlarged,

2020.


A Radical History of Portsmouth,

Trafalgar House, Portsmouth,

Mural: enlarged etching pasted on wall, ink and graphite on wall, 

2019.


A Historical-Materialist conception of Portsmouth,

Trafalgar House, Portsmouth,

Mural: graphite and acrylic paint on wall,

2016.


Work Experience:


2018-2020,

Etching workshop co-leader,

University College London: UCL Access and Widening Participation


2018-2020,

Artists’ print cleaner,

University College London: UCL Access and Widening Participation


2019,

Assistant to artist Ben Connors: live set painting at Bloomsbury Theatre re-opening  

University College London: UCL Culture


2016,

Gallery receptionist, Aspex Gallery, Portsmouth.

 

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