Kristin has been making and teaching performance in many contexts and countries since 1994. Her first degree was in Philosophy and History of Art from Cambridge University. She trained with Jacques Lecoq in Paris in the 90s, including the Bauhaus-inspired Laboratory of Movement Study (L.E.M.). She made the multi award-winning show ‘Everything Must Go’ with her company Beady Eye during an MA Practice as Research at Kent University. Her PhD (Royal Holloway) straddled touch, puppetry, Feldenkrais Method and vibrant materialism; she has been a Feldenkrais somatic education practitioner since 2005. She has taught at the universities of Kent, Cambridge, Queen Mary and at Rose Bruford.
Ania is an award-winning artist working in photography, moving image, installation, text and sound. Her projects are often socially engaged and use participatory and collaborative methodologies. Ania also works as a Senior Lecturer in Photography at The Cass at London Metropolitan University and has previously lectured at the University of Portsmouth, the Ruskin School of Drawing and Fine Art Oxford, Goldsmiths College, University of London, and Notre-Dame University in Beirut, Lebanon. Ania has also been a workshop facilitator and Photography Fine Art Mentor for organisations including: V&A, Free Press Unlimited in Amsterdam, Photo Voice, SPACE- London, World Vision internationally, United Response, and more.
Gill started as a graphic designer running a design business for over 20 years before joining education. She taught in a specialist art and design environment for many years. She was involved in the politics of widening participation in art education and worked as a consultant during the last Labour government. She has written Student and Teaching Guides to support arts qualifications. Gill has a Doctorate in Education and led the Research Units for a Master of Arts PGC in Creative Arts Education until recently, when she decided to devote more time to her own practice.
Prof Stéphane Trois Carrés
Stéphane Trois Carrés is a painter, video artist and Professor in charge of the Media department in Upper Normandy College of Art ESADHAR (Ecole Supérieure d’Art et de Design du Havre) as well as lecturer at Media and Technology Master IMAC, at Université Paris Est de Marne La Vallée in Paris.
Lucy has a PhD in drawing and uses drawing as intervention into different disciplines. She has worked in medical sciences through researching medical museum collections since 2000, investigating how the activity of drawing can lead to better understanding and appreciation of medical phenomena through “slow looking.” She is a lecturer in drawing research and painting at City & Guilds of London Art School, MA tutor on Open College of the Arts and runs an Art and Anatomy module for medical students at UCL.
Anthony has taught at the RCA sculpture schools as well as Cyprus College of Art and is currently Head of Sculpture at the University for the Creative Arts, Canterbury. His approach to making sculptures draws upon art history as well as contemporary cultural and political events. He often works with upcycled materials, the used and the useless, subverting their functions to play with conventional systems of classification and notions of so-called high and low art to provide fresh perspectives on the things that constitute the world around us.
He is currently exhibiting at the Florence biennale Italy, in march this year exhibited with SBK galleries Amsterdam and has invitation to exhibit at the Venice architecture biennale 2020.