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Chloè Daniels is a multi-disciplinary artist who lives and works in Manchester. Studying Performing Arts and Musical Theatre in 2012-2014 gave her the willingness to experiment and challenge herself, she used these skills while studying Fine Art at University of Salford and gained an abundance of technical and transferable skills. Throughout University, she has exhibited work in and around Greater Manchester and been involved in group exhibitions such as the Foundation Exhibition (2017) at University of Salford and Are We Nearly There Yet? (2018) at Bankley Studio and Gallery. In 2020, she worked collaboratively with peers to curate an exhibition, Modern Loss at Rogue Artist Studios in Openshaw, where she managed the budget and finances and liaised with the gallery curators at potential sites. Unfortunately, this exhibition and a residency at the Merz Barn was cancelled due to Covid-19. In her final year of University, she was involved in the Degree Show Committee where she handled and organised all the submissions from each student to ensure everything was ready to be sent off to the graphic designer for publishing. She has since curated a solo virtual exhibition, exhibited work in an artist-led online exhibition, and been featured in digital Art Galleries.
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