Guinevere Clark

Guinevere Clark

Specialist Art Forms
Dance  |  Creative Writing

Artist Profile
Guinevere is trained as a practitioner and teacher within the A-Z Belly Dance System, learning in Cairo, London and Istanbul. Her dance skills are updated with tuition from Middle Eastern Dance experts in a range of styles from Classical Egyptian to Cabaret and Folklore. Her client groups are mainly teenage girls and women from a range of backgrounds. She runs classes and workshops throughout West Wales and the UK. Guinevere is the author of Fresh Fruit and Screams – a collection of sixty poems launched in 2006 under Bluechrome Press. She has written creatively from her teenage years, studied creative writing as part of her BA Degree and has since completed a Masters Degree in Creative writing. Her work has been featured in galleries and festivals combining words with visual art, dance and film in new media installations. Her workshops are tailored to the individual and combine media to increase accessibility in the spoken and written creative writing forms.

Artists Biography
Guinevere has practiced Belly Dance for fifteen years and taught for eight years. She was a national semi-finalist in an entrepreneurial business competition for her work with Baubo Belly Dance. Her work has been featured in National press and Radio. BA Hons in Physical Theatre, Live Arts and Creative Writing. Guinevere has twenty years of general nursing experience. Her Belly Dance project has been enjoyed by various NHS groups, The Princes Trust and Women’s Aid amongst others. Guinevere has studied creative writing and poetry with Brian Paten, Sophie Hannah and Menna Elfyn amongst others. Guinevere’s recent poetry performances include; the Fishguard Arts Society, Creative Experience Festival Pontardawe Arts Centre for International Women’s Day, Bluechrome poetry launches and the Dylan Thomas Centre. She has a BA Hons degree in Live Arts, Creative Writing & Physical Theatre.