People

PEOPLE

ARTERY PROJECTS TEAM

Teresa Paiva
Teresa is a visual artist and has worked in arts education in London for over 10 years, developing creative participatory projects and has experience in working with Special Education Needs (SEN) schools and hard to reach young people (NEET), both in formal and informal settings. Teresa has been appointed as a Frontline Project Artist with Milton Keynes Gallery 2014 (see link below) and is completing a part-time Masters in Fine Art with Chelsea School of Arts (2014 – 2016) to support her practice in exploring the cross-over between evolving media and traditional forms of mediums.
http://www.teresapaiva.com/
http://teresapaiva.wordpress.com/
http://www.mkgallery.org/news/article/2014_07_11/Frontline_project_artists_announced/

Anila Ladwa
Anila currently works as an Independent Arts Producer, Curator and Project Manager. Anila studied Visual Arts at Camberwell College of Arts (1998) and co-founded the arts charity Area 10 Project Space (2002 – 2009) an experimental, multi-disciplinary arts incubator space and artists collective with in the large warehouse spaces behind Peckham Library, SE15 (now demolished). Anila worked for Southwark Council (2004 – 2010) as an Events, Arts and Culture Development Officer where she developed several dynamic, innovative and award-winning arts programmes. Anila’s interests in global networked DiY cultures and in socio-political and technological processes explored through critically engaged arts practice led her to complete a part-time Masters in Interactive Media: Practice and Theory (2013), at Goldsmiths, London University.

ARTERY ADVISORY BOARD

Beth Elliott
Beth is the Director of the Bethlem Gallery and Vice Chair of the London Arts in Health Forum and has been the Chair of Bermondsey Artists’ Group since 2006. Bethlem gallery provides a showcase for the inspirational talents of mental health service user artists through professional exhibitions, residencies and events. It promotes access and participation within arts and health settings and campaigns for greater awareness and understanding of mental health.

Bethlem Gallery
London Arts Health Forum
Cafe Gallery Projects

Dr Graham Harwood
Graham is an internationally recognised artist and co-founder of the arts organisation YoHa (link below). He is the convenor of the MA Interactive Media: Critical theory and Practice, and member of The Digital Culture Unit for the Centre for Culture Studies, at Goldsmiths, London University. He is co-editor of the Software Studies Journal, a peer reviewed Journal at the intersection between technical objects and cultural studies, and Board member of the Temporary Arts Project, Southend- on-Sea.

YoHa
Goldsmiths

BOARD OF TRUSTEES

(Biographies coming soon)

ADVISORS:
Paula Roush

Artists & Collaborators

YoHa (‘aftermath’)

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