I’m Corrianna Clarke, a neurodivergent freelance visual artist and arts facilitator with specific experience in directing, animation and illustration.
My practice is unified by my investment in local place and community spaces - how people of mixed abilities, backgrounds and needs are drawn together drives my desire to share meaningful personal and cultural narratives.
Innovative art forms and sensitive, collaborative co-creation that actively elevates lesser heard voices and new talent forms the core of all of my projects.
With notions of the creative role as encompassing both tactile product and social process, my work aims to lead diverse audiences to engage with perhaps previously unfamiliar or inaccessible artworks.
In raising awareness through conversations and participation connecting regional to national - whether animated, drawn, performed or curated - I hope to draw attention to what many would consider difficult, underrepresented or sensitive subjects.
Master of Arts in Illustration pending (AUB) First Class Honours degree in BA Illustration: Animation (AUB)
Accolades include a Gold Creative Conscience award for the animated short, Boscombe Bound (2021), which was selected for a number of festival screenings and exhibitions locally and internationally, reaching from Bournemouth to Hawaii.
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