Curriculum Vitae - Hannah Turner Wallis
Profile Freelance interdisciplinary artist with a strong passion for performance, exhibition and participation within the context of artistic and cultural event development. A commitment to public engagement within the arts inspires a high motivation for work and enthusiasm for experimental project work.
Education - BA Honors Fine Art, Norwich University of the Arts – 2012, 2:1
  - ABC Foundation Diploma in Art Design and Media, University College of Art Falmouth – 2009, Distinction
  - 3 A-Levels, Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth College – 2008, BBB
  - 3 AS-Levels, Wyggeston and Queen Elizabeth College – 2007/8, CBA
  - 11 GCSE’s, Sir Jonathan North Community College – 2006, 6 A’s, 5 B’s
Creative Practice - The Way We Live Now, Norwich, Forthcoming (Collaborative visual arts project as part of Dyad Creative)
  - I AM HERE, International, Ongoing (Activation project last seen in Berlin, June 2014)
  - Be Urgent Always, London/National, June 2014 (Visual arts project commissioned by Arts Emergency)
  - Temporal Exchange #02, Wysing Arts Centre, Cambridge, May 2014 (Invited to perform at Circuit closing event)
  - 60 Times We Spoke Of, Stew Gallery, Norwich, April 2014 (Collaborative performance project with Lawrence Daykin)
  - Temporal Exchange #01, ]performance s p a c e[, London, December 2013 (Invited to perform at symposium as directed by Ram Samocha)
  - To Fight This Dissonance, Ongoing (Online communication project) 
  - Jerk, MAC Birmingham, October 2013 (Live performance)
  - Accumulative Perspectives, ]performance s p a c e[, London, May 2013 (Selected by open submission for durational performance event)
  - Time Lapse, SAVORR XI, Samson and Hercules, Norwich, March 2013 (Selected by open submission to perform in cross-disciplinary show)
  - Ice by Emma Dixon, SPILL Performance Festival, Ipswich, November 2012 (Selected to participate in live durational performance)
  - Fine Art Degree Show, Norwich University College of the Arts, February - July 2012 (Selected to assist in organising and curating exhibition and publication)
  - The Beat of your Footsteps, Norwich University College of the Arts, March - July 2012 (Documented performance for Degree Show)
  - The Government of the First and Thirteenth Chair by John Latham, Wysing Arts Centre, March 2012 (Selected to re-write script and perform as directed by Mark Aerial Waller)
  - Brian Avenue; An Experimental Aside, Norwich, December - February 2011/2012 (Six consecutive live performances directed, documented and curated by myself as an experimental collaborative show)
  - Retrospective by Jenny Dunseath, Student Gallery, University College of the Arts, October 2011 (Performance participant and supervisor)
Arts Employment/
- Production Assistant, The Voice Project, Norfolk and Norwich Festival, Holkham,
May 2014
  - Arts Award Development Project, Affiliated by Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich,
February 2014 – November 2014, Development of new material, to be performed at NAC (June 2014), followed by self- directed performance event (November 2014)
  - Performance Events Usher, Live Art Club, Norwich Arts Centre, Norwich,
February 2014 – Present
  - Gallery Invigilator, Outpost, Norwich, January 2014 – Present,           
Duties; gallery maintenance, customer engagement, provision of gallery information
  - Event Production Assistant for The Neutrinos, Norwich, 2013 – Present,
Duties; setting up of performance spaces, meet and greet of audience, merchandise vendor, bar tender
  - Rosie Kay: Scratch Week, MAC Birmingham, October 2013, Further selected for five day collaboration and performance residency
  - Children’s Arts Award Introduction Workshop, Leicstershire County Council Library Services, Leicester, July 2013
  - Production, Borderline Performance Festival, Norwich, June 2013,        
Duties; setting up of performance spaces and equipment, meet and greet of audience, festival information provision
  - Rosie Kay: Dance Lab, MAC Birmingham, February 2013, Selected by Ideastap for three day performance residency
  - John Latham Re-performance Project, Flat Time House/Wysing Arts Centre, London/Cambridge, March – April 2012, Selected for two part research and performance residency
  - Student Ambassador, Norwich University of the Arts, 2011 – 2012,
Duties; gallery sales desk cover, open day tour guide, interview panel guide for new students 
Other Employment/
Voluntary Work
- Bartender, The Playhouse Bar, Norwich, April 2012 – Present,
Duties; shift supervisor, key holder, money handling, cashing up,rota organisation, preservation of customer service, bar maintenance and social media coverage
  - Bartender, NUCA SU Bar, Norwich, September 2009 – July 2012,
Duties; shift supervisor, key holder, stock taking, Rota organisation, events coordinator, bar maintenance and social media coverage 
  - Primary School Arts Volunteer, Chapelbreak Primary School, Norwich,
September 2010 – July 2011
  - Retail Assistant Work, Leicester, 2005 – 2009
  - Youth Volunteer and Events Coordinator, The Woodcraft Folk, Leicester,
2004 – 2009
Reference   Available upon request
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