Approved: 05.11.2010

Ivan Daggett

Artist, Teacher

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Approved: 05.11.2010

Fine artist practicing a mythic approach to working with images. Experience in wood and stone carving, clay modelling, mould making, plaster casting, drawing and video. Experienced FE lecturer also teaching sculpture classes in studio and on-going art and imagination project.

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  • Location: Harlow, East
  • Activities: Further education, Adult education, Lecturing, Practice-based research, Art historical research, Workshops, Art therapy, Participatory projects
  • Categories: Film & Video, Sculpture
 

Biography

Fine artist practicing a mythic approach to working with images. Experience in wood and stone carving, clay modelling, mould making, plaster casting, drawing and video. Experienced FE lecturer also teaching sculpture classes in studio and on-going art and imagination project.

CV & Education

Qualifications and training 2004 - Post Graduate Certificate - Transpersonal Arts and Practice, University College Chichester, Chichester 2001 - Private tuition with Noel Cobb for Archetypal and Cultural Psychology and the Arts, Diorama Arts Centre , London 1998 - Vision Fast and Rites of Passage Training, School of Lost Borders, U.S.A. & U.K. 1988 - BA Honours Degree Fine Art Sculpture , Exeter College of Art and Design , Exeter Solo exhibitions 2010 - Never Forget, Courtyard Arts Centre, Hertford, Hertfordshire 2013 - The Turning Point, Courtyard Arts Centre, Hertford, Hertfordshire Group exhibitions 2004 - Drawn from Nature, Beatrice Royal Contemporary Art, Exbury Gardens, Southampton, Hampshire 2003 - Art in the Garden 3, Beatrice Royal Contemporary Art, Exbury Gardens, Southampton, Hampshire 2001 - Sculpture for St. Swithin’s Day, Red House Museum and Gardens, Christchurch, Dorset 1999 - Group exhibition, Cusp Gallery, Burghley House, Stamford, Lincolnshire 1999 - New Exhibits, Hannah Peschar Sculpture Garden, Ockley, Surrey 1997 - On The Border, group exhibition selected by Mark Wallinger and Griff Rhys Jones, First Site, Colchester, Essex