Heloise Godfrey-Talbot known as Heloise Godfrey-Talbot
Fellow of the Higher Education Authority (HEA)
PGCert Developing Professional Practice in Higher Education, USW
BA Art and Design
BA English Literature
Level 3 Diploma in Foundation Studies (Art & Design)
Level 3 NVQ in Health and Social Care – Children and Young People
Lecturer – BA Creative and Therapeutic Arts
Freelance Visual Artist and film-maker
Heloise (pronouns – she/her) is a multi-disciplinary artist and facilitator who works in galleries, healthcare settings and the public realm. Heloise has been working creatively with diverse communities since 2005; from carnival making in Welsh ex-mining communities to memorial art-work with South Indian school children following the Boxing Day Tsunami of 2006.
Heloise has organised and contributed to several art events nationally and internationally and has exhibited at the BAFTA accredited Aesthetica Film Festival. Heloise often has collaboration at the core of her practice, be that with members of the public, students or professionals from other fields. Heloise has recently created a video piece with her family exploring ideas around dance and movement across the life-cycle. She is also currently working with a musician to run multi-sensory art sessions for wellbeing for older adults. This year Heloise will be further researching how a profound relationship with the material world (such as art objects) can support us to communicate with each other.
A DIY Manual for Falling in love with Objects, MADE Gallery, Cardiff. Performance with video commissioned by Wales Lab, National Theatre Wales.
The Joy Orchestra, Milgis warehouse, Cardiff. Screenings, performed lecture and live music. Supported by Arts Council of Wales and Made in Roath.
Moving Narratives, Sherman theatre, Cardiff. Screening of new film work, dance and audio work and original solar plate prints.
The Salon, Park Street, Bristol. Part of Glove Box an empty shop project curated by Hand-in-Glove.
Downstairs Gallery Show, Washington Gallery, Penarth. Original prints and drawings.
Selected Group Exhibitions
When does the dancer become the dance?, Art Informal, Manila.
2015 Commission for Fragile? Conference, National Museum Wales, Cardiff MADE at the Museum, MADE Gallery, Cardiff. From the Sea to the City, 1800 hrs collective, Cardiff MADE, Cardiff.
Dialogue: A Double Act, Chapter Arts Centre, Cardiff
Aesthetica Short Film Festival (BAFTA), selected for Artist Film Category, York.
Getting to know you II, Commission for Outcasting, Fourth Wall Film Festival, Cardiff.
2014 frames, Glasgow international, curated by near nothing.
Do you believe in Angels?, Mo_ space, Manila, Philippines.
Oriel Davies Open 2012, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown.
(I am the space where I am), SITE festival, Stroud.
Sounding Bodies, Fringe Arts Bath, Bath.
Book Arts Fayre 6, Ffotogallery, Turner House, Penarth.
In Haus, Print haus, Cardiff.
Printout, Embrace Arts, Leicester.
Imagined Machines, Oriel Davies Gallery, Newtown.
Made in Roath, Vanilla Rooms, Cardiff.
Inner Space, Oriel Ty Coch, Cardiff.
Made in Roath, The Gate, Cardiff.
Myths and Fairytales, Washington Gallery, Penarth.
Add Balance to the Equation, Lloyd Gill Gallery, Weston-Super-Mare.
Synchronicity, The Exhibition Space, Barry Town Hall, Barry.
Golau Caredig, a Hafod Care home for older adults in Barry. An EMP Project commission to co-create artwork with residents as well as an independent art output.
Summercamp, National Theatre Wales.
The Beuys Pavilion, EMP Projects and the Design Circle, Part of the Cardiff Contemporary festival.
Moving Narratives, Sherman Cymru, Cardiff. An exploration of pre-performance supported by the Arts Council Wales.
In Hand, Milkwood Gallery, Basement space, Cardiff. An exploration of touch.
Beyond the Fringe, Wales. Mini-residencies in hair salons across Wales. Supported by the Dulcie Mayne Stephens Memorial Art Trust.
Teach India, Southern India. Creating memorial art works with children in Tsunami effected villages.
2011 Slunks Presents …, Slunks Hair Salon, Cardiff.
2010 Inner Space, Oriel Ty Coch, Cardiff.
2015 Wales Arts International bursary to visit the Venice Biennale.
2014 Research and Development Award, Arts Council of Wales (Joy Orchestra).
2013 Wales Arts International bursary to visit the Venice Biennale.
2012 Small Grant Award, Arts Council of Wales (Moving Narratives)
2011 Art History Prize, University of Wales Institute Cardiff.
2010 Travel Scholarship from Dulcie Mayne Stephens Memorial Art Trust.
2004 Graduate Prize, Welsh Joint Education Committee.
1999 Patricia Bell Prize for Romantic Poetry, University of Leeds.
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