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EMPLOYMENT HISTORY

2016 - 2022 | Part-time

Workshop Facilitator & Artist

Piccolo Films

 

2018: 

Youth Program Tutor | Part-time

Lake School of Celtic Song and Dance 

2017:

Workshop Tutor

Warwick gifted and learning disabled kids 

PROGRAMS & EXHIBITIONS
 

2019, 2021, 2022:

Art Facilitator

Edge Greenway

EDUCATION & QUALIFICATIONS
 

Cert III in Games Design

Certificate of Barista

Valid WWCC

School certificate (2011)

REFEREES ON REQUEST

MEET LEWIS ARGALL

Lewis Argall, aka D.P. Enkarso, has created story worlds for as long as he can remember using any medium that he can get his hands on.His work includes writing, sculpture, textile design, performance art, and animation. Lewis is a member of the artist-run initiative, Agar Dish, and collaborates with Lucinda Clutterbuck and Nikola Malbasic in their creative partnership, The Square Pegs Institute.

As part of the agardish, Lewis has exhibited his sculpture installations and live art performances at numerous spaces and events around Sydney including at 107 Projects, Intersect Arts Sydney, and the Inner West Council’s Sight and Sound Arts Program. In May 2016, he was a participating artist in Forward/Story, a global artist’s lab led by Lance Weiler and Christy Dena and hosted in Costa Rica with the support of Columbia University.

Lewis Argall is atypical. This means that although he is highly gifted and has strong verbal and perception skills, he also deals with significant learning difficulties and can often struggle to process information. These challenges have shaped both the ideas and methods used in his art practice. Lewis’ creativity flows directly from his mind to his hands and into the physical world. Lewis describes his writing process as something that just happens and he has to ride the wave.

Lewis is passionate about education for GLD young people and has been a photographer and workshop facilitator at the NSW Camp for Gifted Children hosted by the Australian Gifted Support Centre. He is also an animator and facilitator with Piccolo Films at the Lake School of Celtic Music Song and Dance where he runs Art-Shed with Lucinda Clutterbuck.

Lewis Argall studied animation and game design at the Academy of Interactive Entertainment (AIE) and is currently developing a TV series called BUDs with Nikola Malbasic, a graduate of AIE’s incubator program.