Dr Mark Ingham CURRICULUM VITAE
2000-2005 Goldsmiths College, University of London. PhD.
Completed September 2005 (Visual Arts, Practice led. AHRB funded)
1989-1990 The Institute of Education, University of London. PGCE in Art and Design.
1983-1985 The Slade School of Fine Art. UCL. Postgraduate Sculpture.
1980-1983 Chelsea of School Art. BA Hons Fine Art Sculpture.
1979-1980 Cambridgeshire College of Arts and Technology. Foundation Course.
1985-1986 Henry Moore Foundation Fellow. Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts.
Selected Exhibitions (*With Catalogue)
2008 Ars Magna Lucis et Umbrae Dilston Grove. Café Gallery Projects
[Solo Exhibition] Arts Council of England Funded
2005/06 EPISODE. temporarycontemporary. Deptford, London
[December 2005-January 2006]+ Leeds spring 2006 and
Miami, USA. September 2006.
2006 m-ia.net [Memory in Art] web site Launch exhibition.
Coleman Projects Space, London
2005 To and From. Metropole Galleries, Folkstone.
Les Merveilles Du Monde. Musee des Beaux Arts, Dunkerque.
2003 White Window and Guests. La Malterie, Lille, France.
Fantastic! In the catacombs under St. Pancras Church, London*
The Greatest Show on Earth. Metropole Gallery, Folkestone.
2002 PALAVER. In Kinetika, at the Montpelier Arms. Peckham.
2000 A Different Kind of Show. Whitechapel Art Gallery
Sports Day, 1963. Whitechapel Foyer
1998 Vauxhall Gardens. Norwich Art Gallery*
1992 Whitechapel Open. Spitalfields Market*
1991 Hot and Sticky. Tobacco Dock
1988 The Consumption of Elements. Chisenhale Gallery*
Fragments of False Houses. Pomeroy Purdey Gallery*
Riverside Open. Riverside Studios
1986 Urban Constructs, Unit 7 Gallery
1985 Mid Term Show, Henry Moore Foundation Fellowship
1985 Outside Installation, Riverside Studios
1985 Paradise in Peckham, an Artangel project. (www.artangel.org.uk) An outside installation along the former Surrey Canal, Peckham
Web Sites http://photographicpractices.com/ http://www.curatingvideo.com/ http://cafegalleryprojects.com/ www.m-ia.net, www.iniva.org, www.markingham.co.uk
Learning and Teaching conference July 2010 University of Greenwich
Inspiring Learners: Equipping the Next Generation of Graduates
Conference Paper: “Never judge a book by its movie”
Arts Council of England: Grants for the arts award 2007-08
SEDA: Supervising Postgraduate Research [Supervising Research Degrees in Art, Design & Communication with the CLTAD]
AHRB: 3 Years Funding for PhD at Goldsmiths
University of the Arts, London: 2010. 6 month scoping project: literature review on practice-based PhD supervision [Post Doctoral Research]
At The University of Greenwich I am a 0.5 Senior Lecturer on the BA Graphic Digital Design and 3D Digital Design programmes. I am responsible for the practical and theoretical elements of the dissertation, photography and film programmes and I am the contextual studies co-ordinator. I teach on the Architecture, 3D Digital Design and Graphic Design courses, which includes, lecturing, assessment, running seminars, practical workshops and reading groups.
At Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication I am an Associate Lecturer on the MA programme as a Research Process/Dissertation Tutor and on in the BA Critical Studies programme a Tutor and Dissertation Tutor. Duties include guiding the students through the dissertation process, personal and professional development, enterprise and entrepreneurship and marking their final dissertations.
At Wimbledon College of Art [University of the Arts, London] I am a Director of Studies and PhD Supervisor for 2 students on the research degree programme. I am also an Associate lecturer on the Fine Art BA Contextual Studies programme and my duties include: tutorials, group crits, portfolio review, exhibition crits, interviewing, assessments and rewriting extended work plan criteria.
Chelsea College of Art and Design. p/t BA Practice and Theory. 2003-04. Associate Lecturer[Course tutor, organising and running 1:1 and studio crits, exhibition reviews, exhibitions, all stages of assessment, interviews and dissemination of information to students.]
Course Leader/Tutor, Art and Design Foundation Course, Kingsway College. 1993-2000.[As course leader I was involved with, recruitment, interviewing, organising curriculum, writing and teaching projects, all stages of assessment, curating exhibitions, publicity for the course and day to day management of course. I also run the Evening Art and Design Foundation Course]
Schools Co-ordinator, Whitechapel Art Gallery. 1990-94. [Organised and led workshops with artists for all gallery visitors, organised talks, films and exhibitions inside and outside gallery. Participated in widening access policies. Visited and liaised with teachers, schools, youth clubs, community organisations and local colleges. Involved successfully with fundraising for new education room. Generated publicity for the education department and wrote teacher’s packs, Medardo Rosso, Lucien Freud, and Bill Viola exhibitions]
University College for the Creative Arts, Canterbury. PT Lecturer. 2005-2006
University of Kingston, MA in Art and Space. 2003. VL
KIAD, Canterbury. MA Fine Art, p/t/VL + p/t BA in Fine Art (1998+2000-02+05), BA 3rd year Painting and PhD 2003 pt/VT
University of Oxford, Ruskin School of Fine Art and Drawing. (1998+1999) VT
University of North London, ID Architecture Department. (1997-1998) VT
Education Organiser, Arts & Events, Olympia & York, Canary Wharf 1991-1992
[Wrote Teachers’ Resource Pack, for ‘Art from The Exploratorium’.]
Kingsway College, Drawing Tutor, 1990-1991
Camberwell School of Arts and Crafts. BA Painting/Sculpture.
Modern Art Studies, Christie’s. Art History. [Lecturing]
Winchester School of Art, BA Art History/Complimentary Studies. [Lecturing]
Chelsea School of Art, MA/BA Sculpture. VT
Homerton College, Cambridge University, BEd, Art and Design. VT
CCAT, Cambridge, Foundation Course. VT
Newcastle Polytechnic, BA Sculpture. VT
Sculpture Organiser/Selector, New Contemporaries, ICA. 1981-1982
Royal College of Art: ‘C.A.L.M.’, for the VAA Course, 1998. [Workshop Leader]
Whitechapel Art Gallery: Medardo Rosso, Worlds in a Box, Guilleremo Kuita, Tony Cragg, Antechamber, Speed, Boetti (1999), and Carl Andre, (2000). [Workshop Artist]
Royal College of Art: ‘You Are Here’, for the VAA Course. 1997. [Workshop Leader]
Barbican Arts Centre: John Heartfield/Cutting Edge, Bill Brant, Alphonse Mucha, and Erwin Blumenfeld. [Workshop Artist]. Insight Arts Trust: Head and Heart, Sleepers (Wold Prison) 2000, and Portland YOI, 2000+2001. South Bank Centre: Doubletake, Gravity and Grace, Julian Opie (with the Architecture Department, South Bank University), Dialogue in the Dark, and Tap Ruffle and Shave. Camden Arts Centre: Northern Adventures. [Workshop Artist]. Riverside Studios: Riverside Open. [Workshop Artist].Air Gallery: New British Sculpture. [Workshop Artist].
1998-2000 Artist in Residence, Kingsland School, Hackney. SWAP Project.
With the Whitechapel Art Gallery. [Secondary]
Sept 1997 Artist in Residence, Acland Burghley School, Camden. [Secondary]
With inlVA, in the Mathematics and Art Departments. (www.iniva.org)
May 1994 Artist in Residence, Osmani School, Tower Hamlets.
With the Whitechapel Art Gallery. [Primary]
Oct 1993 Artist in Residence, Charles Edward Brooke School. [Secondary]
Jan 1993 Artist in Residence, in collaboration with Laurie Booth (dancer), Jefford Horrigan (artist).
Charles Edward Brooke School and Norwood Girls School, with the South Bank Arts Centre. [Secondary]
Oct 1992 Artist in Residence, William Tyndale School, Islington. The Camden Arts Centre.
Aug 1988 Animatuer, Cowley Youth Centre, Oxford. With the Museum of Modern Art, Oxford.
July 1988 Community Sculpture Workshop Residency, at Kettle’s Yard Gallery, Cambridge.
1987-1988 Artist in Residence, Park Walk Primary School, Chelsea. With the Sir John Cass’s Foundation and the Riverside Studios.
Ravensbourne College of Design and Communication
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