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Artist Information : Jonathan Gildersleeves
 
Category : Painting/Drawing  
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Workshop Proposals : Building Blocks (ages 5-7) - Paper Cubes will be decorated to a specified theme with the intension of bringing them together when finished to use as building blocks in the construction of a large, colourful, changeable and mobile display.
Themed Papier-mâché (ages 8-11) - Students can work individually or in groups of up to 3 to construct a papier-mâché sculpture based on a prearranged theme. Scale can range from small tabletop to large floor based sculptures.
Drawing Projection (ages 11-adult) - This project uses drawing projectors. It can be tailored to fit two different workshops: The design and creation of large-scale drawings and murals - The design and production of projected scenery for events and performances.
Creating Spaces Diorama Workshop (ages 4-11) - This workshop uses objects, drawings, sculptures and models within a diorama setting to help the students consider, interpret and respond to environments and spaces real or imagined.
 
Education/ 
Qualifications :
MA (Merit) Fine Art: Drawing - 2005 - Wimbledon School of Art, Wimbledon, London - 2005 - CLTAD Introductory teaching qualification at the London Institute. 2003 - BA (1st Class Hons) Fine Art - 2003 - University of Derby, Derby, Derbyshire 1999 - Foundation BTEC National Diploma - 1998 - Red Cross First Aid Training Certificate  
Exhibitions : 2008 - The Drawing Factory Tours, Italy and London
2007 - Jake Ireland's UDP Architects Project.
2006 - Konstnarshuset Video Weekend, Stockholm
2005 - Ma Show & The Hardest Thing To Draw Is A Kiss
 
Location Info : East Anglia, East & West Midlands, London and South  
Work Experience : 2007 - The Drawing Factory Workshop - Hampstead School of English, St Pancras- 2007 - Teaching & Artists Talk with Foundation students, New Suffolk College, Ipswich. 2006 - Arts workshops - The Centre for Drawing, Wimbledon School of Art, London - 2005-2007 - Technical Assistant to Sir Anthony Caro OM at Barford Sculptures, London - 2005 to 2007 - Carer for disabled artist, London – 2005 to Present - Workshop at The Willows Primary School, Downing Close, Ipswich, Suffolk.  
 
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