10 days is a Community Interest Company (CIC) with a not for profit policy.
Chair, Steering Group 2012 – 2014
Director, project curator and coordinator 2012 – 2016
Marketing Director 2012 – 2015
Steering Group member, project curator 2012 – 2015
Chair, Steering Group 2014 – 2016
Director 2013 – 2015
Steering Group 2014 – 16
Co Curator CHALK/Sharing Heritage 2015
Sebastiane is an artist, writer and lecturer. With a background in Sculpture his recent practice focuses on sound and has included commissions for BBC Radio 3, and performances and exhibitions in London, Venice, New York and Prague. Published by Impulsive Habitat, Gruenrekorder and Very Quiet Records, his recordings are held in The British Library Sound Archive. Sebastiane is a Lecturer in the School of Art, Design and Media at Southampton Solent University. Sebastiane was part of the development group for 10 days Across the City in 2011, took part as an artists in Creative Collisions 2013 and was curator of our Symposium in 2015
An artist and curator with an MA in Art Theory and History and a trustee and visual arts co-ordinator for arts and community charity ‘Hyde 900'. Sophie also has experience in conceiving and executing local and regional art projects.
Trish is an artist and creative consultant generating participatory events and projects in the public realm. Founder of 10 days, she was Creative Director for CHALK in 2015, 10 days Creative Collisions in 2013 and 10 days Across the City in 2011. Ongoing research undertaken in Gujarat India was presented as part of Making Conversation (Space Gallery, University of Portsmouth 2014) and as part of SITUATION at RMIT Melbourne, Australia in August 2014
A chartered accountant with 30 years experience in corporate business most recently as financial controller for a large subsidiary of a multi-national group. Currently holds positions as trustee or auditor for several local and national charities.
After completing a law degree, I have spent the last twenty five years investing in global equities at institutions such as Swiss Bank, Schroders and Trinity Street Asset Management giving me a broad understanding of the corporate world. I have also sat on the Board of a number of early stage businesses and enjoyed contributing to the challenges of growing in a fast evolving commercial world. I have always had a interest in the arts with a particular interest in the role of art in society, underpinning so much of our identity and part of shaping our sense of history.
Sebastiane Hegarty, Sophie Cunningham Dawe, Trish Bould, Paul West.
Richard is Head of English at Winchester College. A keen novelist and poet, he has been involved in artist / writer collaborations for previous 10 days festivals. Formerly Head of English Literature at Peter Symonds College, Winchester, he has worked on many collaborative education events. He is also a Trustee of the Winchester Poetry Festival. His agent is Jonathan Sissons of Peters, Fraser and Dunlop.
Kate is the Head of Economy and Arts at Winchester City Council. The team’s role is to support the local business community, including a thriving creative sector. The Council wants to encourage greater participation in the arts, and help local artists to make a sustainable business out of their work.
Business Development Manager at the University of Winchester, Trish manages a variety of public engagement ventures including the University’s Link Gallery which offers exhibition space free of charge to local and regional artists, and hosts short fund-raising exhibitions for local charities.
John is Programme Leader for Fine Art at Winchester School of Art. Trained as an exhibition organizer by the Arts Council, he was Keeper of Art at Worcester City Museum, and Director of The Winchester Gallery. He maintains his own practice as a writer, book designer and video artist.
Director at the Badger Press printmaking studio. Adam’s strengths in leadership and business strategy with a background in design, brings a user centred approach in delivering an effective and progressive service. Supporting artists working in the region, the Badger Press open access studio provides studio hire, resource and training in all aspects of printmaking.