As a Visual Artist/Director/Producer, Pauline Bailey has many years of experience in participatory arts projects, community engagement, and the development of emerging artists. She has over 30 years of experience working with diverse age groups, and the core of Pauline’s practice has involved working both in the UK and abroad with young people and ‘vulnerable’ adults, delivering many creative projects alongside her role as a mentor and job coach for the creative industries.
Previously as a Curriculum Manager of media courses and Assistant Director at South Birmingham College, Pauline organised overseas educational visits to The Gambia, Egypt, South Africa and Ghana and more recently as Director and Co-founder of the Daughters of Africa Foundation, has been involved in youth, arts and community developments and partnerships in The Gambia.
Pauline has a few collaborative projects in development one of which includes creating an International Artist Development Programme and Artist Retreat in The Gambia for under-represented artists across the diaspora. She is currently Lead Artist, Co-manager and Co-curator of a three-year Handsworth Park Arts Trail project (2017 – 2019), which is due to have its second year launch in early September 2018.
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