artClass Director and Tutor (classes for adults): Dubravka Kalinich
BA (Hons) Fine Art – Painting; Central St Martins College of Art and Design, London
MA Aesthetics and Art Theory; Middlesex University, London
PGCE Art and Design (QTS); Goldsmith College, London
Art Class Director and Tutor; artClass, London
Art Tutor; Working Man’s College, London
Art Lecturer; Barnet College, London
Art teacher; Various 6th Form Art Colleges, London
Exhibited in various Group Shows, London
ZOLTAN RADIC – TECHNICIAN
– Graduated in Conservation and Restoration (specialised in Fresco) at the College of Fine Arts, University of Belgrade in 1982.
– 1982-1992 (until the war in former Yugoslavia) worked as a recognised and successful Yugoslavian artist.
– Exhibited in many Group Shows and had over thirty Solo Shows all around former Yugoslavia (Serbia, Croatia, Montenegro, Bosnia), Hungary (Budapest 1992 – 1994) and Germany (Munich 1983-1985), France (Paris 1984).
– Work in collection of ‘Museum of Contemporary Art’, Belgrade; ‘Museum of Modern Art’, Novi Sad; ‘Contemporary Art Gallery’, Subotica, also in private collections in former Yugoslavia, England, Holland, Germany and France.
– Founder of the first ‘Alternative Theatre’ in former Yugoslavia, which existed and performed around all bigger Yugoslavian cities from1986-1988.
– Director of a Cultural Club ‘KUD’ 1992-2000, whose focus was to keep art alive during the war years (Music, theatre, poetry and the visual arts)
– Front man and trumpet player of ‘Fantastic Kiseli Band’
Included into the Rock Encyclopaedia of Vojvodina.
TUTOR: REBECCA FISHER
Rebecca Fisher is a talented artist and experienced teacher. She has received a BA degree in Fine Art (First Class) from the University of East London having previously completed a Foundation Studies Art and Design Diploma at Morley College (distinction), and City and Guilds Intermediate Black and White Photography Intermediate (Distinction). Throughout, Rebecca excelled at using beautiful and innovative sketchbooks to design and realise her ideas.
Her own practice is highly experimental, encompassing a wide range of often home-made and improvised media and techniques, and unusual materials, across painting, print-making, sculpture, installation, photography and film. For 10 years she has worked as a co-director of a small research and publishing organisation, where she excelled at designing, structuring and editing her own and other people’s writing projects. She has worked as a teacher of English to speakers of other languages, for which she gained a TEFL Celta Certificate (Pass). She worked at Love2Learn’s Homework Club, where she helped with homework and arts and crafts activities to young people (aged 11-15) . She has also worked with people with dyslexia and dyspraxia, and is skilled at finding creative ways to break projects down, handle stress and anxiety and work to time pressures with sensitivity and emotional intelligence.
As the aunt of three art-obsessed boys (now aged between 9-15) she has spent many hours working with small children on creative art experiments.