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Teaching and Professional Experience


Teaching  
2013 Visiting Lecturer, BA (Hons) Fine Art, Bath School of Art & Design.
2011 - present Visiting Lecturer, BA (Hons) Painting, Coleg Sir Gar, Carmarthen.
2011 Part - time Lecturer, BA (Hons ) Art Practice, University of Glamorgan.
2007 - Present
Part – time Lecturer, Foundation Art & Design, Fine Art, University of Glamorgan.
2006
Co-ordinator ‘Big Draw’ event, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown, Powys.
2005
Visiting Lecturer, Coleg Sir Gar, Carmarthen.
2004 - 2007
Proportional Contract, Foundation Art & Design, Fine Art, Glamorgan Centre of Art and Design.
1994 - 2004
Full time Lecturer, Foundation Art & Design, Fine Art, Glamorgan Centre of Art and Design.
1993
Lecturer, Art & Design, Crosskeys College, Gwent Tertiary College.
Visiting Lecturer, Foundation Art & Design, Glamorgan Centre of Art and Design.
1992 Llantarnam Grange Arts Centre, Cwmbran, Life-Drawing Tutor.
1991 Artist in Residence, Llanfrechfa Grange Mental Health Unit, Cwmbran.
   
Professional Experience  
2012 National Adviser, Arts Council of Wales.
2008 External Selector, University of Glamorgan Purchase Prize.
2003 ‘Places’ presentation, National Museum & Galleries of Wales.
2002 National Museum & Galleries of Wales, Ceri Richards Study day.
In conversation with Professor Tony Curtis, Professor Glyn Jones, Glenys Cour, John Selway and Brendan Burns.
‘A Personal Response’, presentation, National Museum & Galleries of Wales.
2000 Selector for Arts & Crafts Pavilion, National Eisteddfod of Wales, Llanelli.           ‘Habit – Habitat – Habitation’ The Royal Society of Architects in Wales Annual Conference, Guest speaker.
Cardiff Bay Literature & Arts Festival, Academi Wales. Tony Curtis, Brendan Burns and Iwan Bala in conversation.
1999 ‘Wealth of the World’ Symposium. National Museum & Galleries of Wales, in conjunction with UWIC, Guest speaker with Professor Tony Curtis.