Fiona Dean’s work has evolved from a passion for art and science, blurring the boundaries between the two subjects in her work. Her art tries to untangle some of the psychological and biological questions between the two fields.
Fiona Deans. I have been with the Partnership since its inception. I have a fitness background and am passionate about helping people to become more active and seeing the difference being active can make to …
Dr Fiona Dean. Sharing of ideas and discussions for potential work connections between artists, art educators, cultural researchers and organizations between Macedonia and Scotland. Publications (selection) The Berwick Gymnasium Fellowship, an archival record, editor Judith King, ISBN , page , 144
Information sourced from Learning from ArtWorks Scotland Peer to Peer Networks Research Report by Dr Fiona Dean. ARTFORMS WHICH RESPONDING ARTISTS WORK IN INFORMATION SOURCES FOR PROFESSIONAL DEVELOPMENT OPPORTUNITES PREFERRED FORMAT OF ARTIST TRAINING REASON FOR WORKING AS AN
News/General National Mutts Day One of our regular customers Fiona Dean Artist is exhibiting/selling her "eclectic selection of curiosities from the weird to the wonderful" at The Shed, Summerhall from 5th to 28th August.
Trails and Tales, Artist engagement – Dr Fiona Dean, Project evaluator/mentor. 4. Emergent heritage ideas and heritage location mapping – Lizzie Smith, Collective Architecture. 5. Summary of outcomes, next steps and dates for diary – Esmee Thompson. 6. General discussion/questions.
By Fiona Dean / / Next As part of the Thomas Muir Festival , Trails and Tales ran a partnership project, taking the stained glass in Cadder Church as a starting point for creative activity between young people and families, led by artist Rachel Mimiec.
List of companies where Fiona Deans was involved. Free company director check. Fiona Deans worked in ARTS ALLIANCE MEDIA (DIGITAL) LIMITED, SING SHOT STUDIOS LIMITED, AAMD LIMITED as a Business manager, a Director.
Fiona Dean studied art and design at Central St Martins and Chelsea College of Art and Design, followed by interior design at Kingston University. She trained in taxidermy under Scottish taxidermist George Jamieson, and her work bridges both art and science.
Fiona Dean www.threecountiesarthistory.org.uk. Welland Arts & Craft Group New Members Welcome Call: Dorothy Raby We regularly contact the 410 organisations in our Malvern guide to keep their details up-to-date.