Suzanne O'Donnell designs and makes individualised clothing on a commission basis.
Exhibition & Shows:
- 1987 Seven Dials Gallery, Covent Garden
- 1992 Womens' University Club, Mayfair
- 2008 to 2010 Cannizaro House, Wimbledon Common
- 2008 & 2009 Art & Cocktails, Cannizaro House
- 2007 to present Open Studios @ Wimbledon Art Studios
- 2009 Trash to Bling Fashion Show, Wandsworth Art Festival
- 2009 Brokers, Leadenhall Market, with employees from Lloyds, London
- 2010 Untold Showcase, London Fashion Week
- I have designed and made individualised clothing on a commission basis since leaving college. It receives interest from those who recognise quality and skill, and want something exclusive to wear.
- Textiles tutor at Workshop 305 run for adults with disabilities and learning difficulties.
- Running textile workshops with local education authorities and cultural organisations.
- Working with the Arts Director of St George's Hospital in maintaining their art collection. I am presently working to increase access to the collection through interpretation and publicity.
- City University, Postgrad Diploma Cultural Management 2003 - 2004
- Institute of Education, PGCE ART Secondary 1992 - 1993
- West Surrey College of Art & Design, Printed Textiles BA Hons 1984 - 1987
- London College of Fashion, Clothing Production 1987 - 1988
- 9 years teaching art
- 2.5 years working in the cultural arena and creative fields: Art galleries, Media and Events
- 4 years employed as a designer and pattern-cutter in clothing industry
- Design Museum, Development and Events Spring 2004
- National Portrait Gallery, Big Draw Weekend Events Autumn 2004, Family workshops and drawing tours in the gallery
- Byram Shaw Weekend Academy, Deputy Day Project Manager for a community arts workshop for marginalised artists Spring 2005
- Arts Sponsorship Seminar, Arts & Business Spring 2004
- Creativity in the Curriculum, Primary schools Creative Partnerships Summer 2004
- Audience and Place, Public Art practice Ixia Autumn 2004
- Diversity in education Projects, Early Years & Families Engage Spring 2005