24 Arty People: Artists 17-20

24 Arty People: Artists 17-20

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"This is a chance to be part of a unique experiment and collaborate with a group of artists and disciplines I might never have have normally had the chance to interact with. I'm more than excited to see what the outcome of a combination of 24 hours sleep deprivation and 24 creative people will be." Leigh Hardman 

We are almost there...here are Artists 17-20 taking part in 24 Arty People...

Rosie Clark

Rosie Clark is a theatre producer, she is currently training at Birkbeck College for an MA in Creative ProducingRosie is currently completing a production placement at Headlong Theatre and will be joining the Lyric Hammersmith later this year as an assistant producer for their Theatre in the Square project. 

Rosie is the Creative Producer for Ravenrock Theatre Company credits include; Jamie Blake (Zoo Venues, Cockpit Theatre) The Nymph (Lyric Hammersmith). Other producing credits include Bouncers Remix (Zoo Venues, Hifi Club Leeds). Associate producer credits include Mercury Fur (Old Red Lion, Trafalgar Studios), Elastic Bridge (Tabard Theatre).

Jenny Gaskell

Jenny Gaskell is a contemporary theatre producer and deviser. She is particularly interested in developing theatre which takes place in unusual spaces. She is currently producing a festival of performances which take place in surprising locations across The City of Manchester - Lost & Found’.  The festival was originally developed during her time as a member of Re:Con, Contact’s Young Programming and Producing Team 2010-2011 and is now supported by Arts Council England.

She has made performance work for greenroom, Liverpool’s Bluecoat and Islington Mill. She has produced projects for Contact, Live at LICA, The Library Theatre Company.


Leigh Hardman

My artwork explores various paths of experimentation but is always rooted within fiber-based practices. My current work lies in the expanded fields of fiber and sculpture, using delicate materials to create strong sculptural forms. One theme that features heavily in my work is deconstruction and reconstruction especially in recent work using books as a means to create. Process is incredibly important to me and much of my work grows purely from experimentation with materials. Using certain techniques and processes can dramatically push the limits of what can be achieved through working with naturally delicate and fragile materials such as paper and stitch.


Stuart Obertelli 

I’m Stuart, 23 and from sunny Bolton! My interests are mainly in film and in football. I’m a huge Bolton Wanderers fan (for my sins) have a great girlfriend & family. After leaving college, I went to the University of Salford, with the intentions of becoming an actor. Whilst studying I discovered a huge love and desire to be behind the camera, to produce, to edit and to direct. I enhanced my new skills through Sneaky Pigeon Media, a project a great friend and I undertook, to gain professional experience. It has been a great journey so far, and one I intend to continue for a long time!


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