Artist Run Workshops in Schools

Alana Jelinek
Preferred Age Groups
Key Stage 2 and above
Maximum Group Size
Workshop Proposals
Painting workshops encouraging different ways of seeing and understanding landscape encompassing traditional perspectives and aerial views using traditional aboriginal art for inspiration.

Workshops celebrating the diversity of our cultural heritage through painting and multi-media.
Education / Qualifications
Master of Arts (Gender, Society, Culture) - University of London, Birkbeck College, London.

'Artists in Schools' Certificate - London Arts Board.

BA(Hons): Fine Art - Victoria College, Prahran, Melbourne, Australia.
Net-Specific - "me-you-them" / "us & them" -
"Fields of Vision" - Arsenal Gallery, Poznan- Poland
'Naturalized' collaborative project - Grizedale, Cumbria.
'Right to Roam' solo exhibition - Artsway, New Forest.
'Year of the Artist' site specific installation - Ambleside, Cumbria.
'Hub' - RichMix site specific commission - Bishopsgate Goodsyard, Brick Lane, London.
'Between Borders' group exhibition - Toyota City Museum of Art, Kyoto, Japan.
'Empire and I' group exhibition - Pitshanger Museum & Gallery, London & Axhiom Centre, Cheltenham.
'Foreign Bodies' solo exhibition - Museum of Oxford, Oxford & Cable Street Gallery, London.
Solo exhibition - Contact Gallery, Norwich.
Work Experience
Freelance artist and arts workshop tutor.
(teaching KS1 - A'level)
"Critical Studies2 - GCSE - Queensmead School, Hillingdon
Artist in Residence - various East London schools (KS2)
Education Core Team Member - Tate Modern, London (on-going)
Community & Family Arts Workshop Tutor - Year of the Artist project, Ambleside, Cumbria.
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