Mary Ann Green CV
Born Leamington Spa, Warwickshire
Associate Member of Penwith Society of Arts
Mid Warwickshire College of Art
Goldsmiths College of Art, London. NDD
Goldsmiths College of Art London. Post Graduate in Fine art & Film Making
1966 - 71 ILEA – Teaching Art & Craft. Specialising in work with disabled adults.
GLC – Creative work with underprivileged children in Playparks
1973 Moved to Cornwall
1973 – 89 Scholastic Publications Ltd. Regular commissioned designs and written work for Arts & Craft Magazine and Bright Ideas for primary school level.
Regular Craft Projects designed and written for national magazines
CREATIVE SEWING - PATCHWORK Pub. Studio Vista. Accepted fro schools list
FESTIVE CRAFTS Pub. Frederick Muller Ltd
PROJECTS FOR CHRISTMAS Pub. Wayland Ltd. Reprinted in paperback
1997 Elmgrant Trust Dartington: To continue work as a resident artist with Shallal Dance Theatre
1998 Penwith District Council: Art Strategy Budget. For materials to provide permanent flags and banners for the Shallal Dance Theatre.
1995 Life Drawing and Movement with Meriel Hoare, Hazlewood House, Devon. This led
To working with Dancers.
1996 – 98 Resident Artists with Shallal Dance Theatre – a community based dance theatre
working with young people with learning & physical disabilities.
1997 Established a range of handmade cards - ‘COLOURS OF SCILLY’
1998 Invited to draw onstage with THE RAMBERT DANCE COMPANY at THE HALL FOR CORNWALL.
Return annually to work with them during rehearsal – copies of my work held in their archives
2000 ACORN THEATRE, Penzance – Solo show featuring work done over the 2 years with the Shallal Dance Theatre.
PENZANCE ARTS CLUB, Penzance – Solo show
2001 Established a range of handmade cards ‘LEGENDS OF SCILLY’
2002 ‘ART DANCE ART’ by Michael Wiese. An expressionistic short film about the process of seeing. Shown at the GOLWIN FILM FESTIVAL.
Artist – Mary Ann Green
Dancer – Caroline Schanche
2005 Shortlisted for THE JERWOOD DRAWING PRIZE.
Made Associate Member of ST IVES SOCIETY OF ARTISTS
2006 FARAWAY ISALND GICLEE – Work published as Giclee fine art prints can be viewed at www. Farawayislands.co.uk (Heards Design Partnership)