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I have been an Art Teacher for many years, working in both formal and informal education to design and deliver the art curriculum.

More recently I returned to education and completed my Masters in Printmaking at Plymouth College of Art achieving a Distinction.

My teaching experience and printmaking have intertwined to establish workshop delivery and collaboration as a natural part of my practice and this often features in project proposals.

I have worked as part of a group, as an assistant artist and as a project lead on local, national and international projects.

Most recently I led workshops for PCA at FutureLab Art and Education Conference in Shanghai, China.

 

This involved planning, resourcing and delivering a workshop to teachers, trainee teachers, university students, the public and children.

Please contact me at cwprintmaker@gmail.com to discuss projects, collaborations and workshop offers.

‘A Stitch in Time’ for Cornwall Cloth Masks (2020)

Redruth, Cornwall

 

FEAST funded project to send commemorative prints to all Cloth Mask makers and to create an archive for the project.

FutureLab Art & Education Conference (2019)

Shanghai China with Plymouth College of Art

 

Workshop leader devising and delivering sessions to workshop to teachers, trainee teachers, university students, the public and children.

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Ailleurs 3  (2019)

Tate Exchange, London with Plymouth College of Art

 

Collaboration to engage with the local community and visitors to Tate Exchange using print to generate discussion on food and the importance of sharing meals.

Ailleurs 2  (2018)

Impact 10 Print Conference, Santander Spain with Plymouth College of Art

 

Collaboration to engage with the local community and print conference delegates using print to generate discussion on the importance of food.

Artichoke Processions (2018)

Plymouth College of Art

https://www.artichoke.uk.com/project/processions/

 

Assistant Artist running workshops to make the Plymouth College of Art banner for Artichoke, Processions to commemorate the centenary of women getting the vote.

Copyright Caroline Wilkins 2020

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