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City: Melbourne
Job Role: Head of Arts programs
Company: ANVAM
Art Forms: Ceramics, Dance, Fabric / Textiles, Filmmaking, Glass, Metal, Multidisciplinary, Music, Painting, Photography, Pottery, Sculpture, Wood, Writing
Cultural & community based engagement programs connecting the veteran and family community through the Arts
City: London
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City: London
Job Role: Creative Awards Scheme Project Officer
Company: SANE
Art Forms: Painting, Photography, Writing
I am an artist presently re-establishing my practice, and looking for some peer support to help me build momentum with this. The lockdown has in many ways been an opportunity to re-connect with what\'s important in a personal sense; making art and building projects on a daily basis has been both affirming and fulfilling, but I know I need to connect with other artists and creative people to help my work develop and grow in the longer term. The exchange of ideas and organic learning that emerge in group settings is something I feel I could both contribute to and grow from; I feel that I have been creatively \'self-isolating\' for way too long. In terms of my connection with mental ill health, this is multi-faceted and multi-dimensional, as I\'m sure it is for many. I realise now that I have either been affected by this directly, or have been close to others going through their own struggles my whole life. Finding ways to live with these challenges has been a strong narrative within my experience so far, perhaps I can share what I have learned through these processes in time. I work for a mental health charity, and my role oversees a small grants programme that offers awards to people with mental health conditions to help them develop their artistic practice. Now seems the right time to develop my own practice too.
City: London
Job Role: Photographer/Artist
Company: Tim Boddy Photography
Art Forms: Multidisciplinary, Photography
Tim Boddy is a commercial photographer and videographer based in London, also available for assisting work.

He develops personal documentary-based projects, with his practice generally centred on the LGBTQIA community, alongside alternative photographic processes such as anthoypes and cyanotypes. Tim also runs workshops on these processes.

In regards to commercial activities, his work includes portraiture, editorial assignments, corporate events, music events, weddings, and festivals. He is confident working in a studio environment and on location. Tim is also an experienced picture editor and picture researcher.

City: Stamford
Job Role: Artistic Director
Company: Casson & Friends
Art Forms: Dance, Filmmaking, Multidisciplinary, Other
Tim is the founder of Casson & Friends, a UK based dance theatre company that create #PeoplePoweredPerformance: accessible, interactive and joyful dance projects that start with a conversation. The company works with a diverse range of collaborators, from filmmakers and musicians to computer programmers and psychologists, but most often collaborates with the public, inviting them to engage with dance in exciting and accessible ways.
With a passion for bringing dance to people in new and unusual contexts, C&F’s work to date has been presented in a range of settings including Hospitals, Shopping Centres, Libraries, Hotels, Pubs, Offices and Football Stadiums. C&F also explore the potential of digital technology to create new ways of enhancing and engaging with dance performance.
A DanceEast Associate Artist, Tim previously held associate positions at Pavilion Dance South West, Metal Peterborough and dancedigital. He is also a SERIOUSWORK Certified Facilitator of Lego® Serious Play® Method and Materials.

City: Hemel Hempstead
Job Role: Artist
Art Forms: Illustration, Painting
Artist, recently returned to London area after 40 years living in Scotland. Following a 20 year career in graphic design, broken down by the pressures, I quit my job. Recovery for me has involved realising that depression and anxiety have affected most of my life and that I\'d been just coping, reconnecting with nature and especially gardening, and rediscovering my creativity that had been stifled for years. Gardening, nature and art have become essential and therapeutic to me. I have facilitated group art sessions and have discovered a passion for encouraging creativity in others. I am considering training for an MA in Art Therapy, but at the moment am keen to work on what art means to me and gain experience helping others create.