ALAN MANLEY 19 Rowan Road Sutton Coldfield Birmingham B72 1NW T 0121 355 7169 (UK) M 07712183451 E email@example.com DOB 5 June 1982 Skype alanmanleyCareer2011-2012 Yorkshire Coast College, Scarborough3D Design Tutor and Course Leader for First Diploma in Art and DesignDesigning and delivering curriculum content for Level 2 First Diploma in Art and Design, Level3 National Diploma in Art and Design and Level 3/4 Foundation Diploma in Art and DesignOrganising and designing the delivery of the Level 2 First Diploma final exhibitionMarking and assessment of the Level 1, 2, 3 and 4 programmesTeaching Fine Art, Graphic Design, Packaging Design, Exhibition Design, Photography and3D Design across levels 1-4Providing pastoral support for Level 2 students on the Art and Design programme2009-2010 Design writer for productdesignhub.com and VEER Design magazine(Based in London)2007 – 2009 Srishti School of Art Design and Technology, Bangalore, IndiaCourse Leader for Product and Interface DesignOrganising and planning Product and Interface Design courses and workshopsCurriculum development for the Product and Interface Design courseTeaching Product and Interface DesignOrganising and developing Srishtis relationship with UK universities.Member of the graduate exhibition organisation committeePersonal tutor for a group of students2006 – 2007 Chocolate fountain officer for the Chocolate Fountain Company(Birmingham)2005 – 2006 Graphics fitter for 8X4 Media group (Birmingham)
ALAN MANLEY 19 Rowan Road Sutton Coldfield Birmingham B72 1NW T 0121 355 7169 (UK) M 07712183451 E firstname.lastname@example.org DOB 5 June 1982 Skype alanmanleyEducation2010.2011 Sheffield Hallam UniversityPGCE in Design and TechnologyFirst Placement: Myers Grove School (September 2010 – December 2010)Second Placement: Notre Dame High School (January 2011 – June 2011)2004 – 2005 Sheffield Hallam UniversityMA Research in Art and Design; The major focus was on the relationship between memories thatpeople have and the objects which they own that relate to those memories. It was an investigation intothe use of the idea of tangible memories. This was AHRC funded further education. Bursary prize of£11,000.2001 – 2004 Sheffield Hallam UniversityBA (Hons) Industrial Design (Product), 2:22000 – 2001 University of Central England, Bourneville College of Art&Design,B.Tech. Foundation Diploma, Pass with Distinction1993 – 2000 King Edward VI Aston School, BirminghamA Levels (2000): 4 A-Levels including: Biology, Design and GeographyGCSEs (1998): 12 GCSEs at grade A* to C including A* Design TechnologySelected TalksPecha Kutcha 2 Bangalore, 18th October 2007: I participated in the 2nd Pecha Kuchanight in Bangalore at the Centre for Knowledge Studies. I presented a seven minute piececalled the Objects of Memory. It touched on some issues within material culture and beganto question the influence and potential interference of design on the process recollectingmemories.The Bangalore Culture & Space Symposium, 29th September 2007: A gathering ofphilosophers, space scientists, educators, and artists that took place in Bangalore, India. Thesymposium examined themes at the intersection of space science, technology and arts from
ALAN MANLEY 19 Rowan Road Sutton Coldfield Birmingham B72 1NW T 0121 355 7169 (UK) M 07712183451 E email@example.com DOB 5 June 1982 Skype alanmanleya cultural perspective. I participated as a guest at the conference and at the subsequentseminar sessions.Selected ProjectsLeNS (Learning Network on Sustainability): An European-Asian institutional collaborationto establish teaching material and innovative pedagogy for Sustainable Product-Service-System Design. This is a three year long project with six other institutions from across Europeand Asia funded by the European Union. During the time I was involved with the project I wasthe lead faculty and represented Srishti in the annual meeting in Delft, Netherlands.Brighton: A project funded by the AHRC to encourage pier to pier learning between studentsfrom Srishti and Brighton University on the area of crafts and sustainability. I was thesupporting faculty and took representatives from Brighton on trips around the south of India.Nokia/USID: A series of projects that is highlighted by the application of a student project foran international competition in interaction design; this was a faculty lead project, whoproposed a user interface solution for rural farming in India.Landing Lights: This was a project which highlighted the issues and problems involved withurban homelessness in India using the medium of art installations. The project was lead bySrishti artist in residence, Yashas Shetty. I was in charge of creating the CAD renderings forthe proposal document for the project.