Spotlight - Education and Engagement Manager Dayle Green
16 November 2017
Welbeck is home to a vibrant community, from the estate company staff to our resident artisan makers and our wonderful tenants. Spotlight shines a light on our community: go behind the scenes, get to know us a bit better and discover the lives and work of some of Welbeck’s employees and tenants. Dayle Green has worked at The Harley Gallery for 12 years, initially as a part-time Gallery Assistant before taking on her current position as Education and Engagement Manager in 2012.
What is your role?
I work closely with schools, colleges, universities and special interest groups to engage these visitors with our exhibitions programme. This may be delivering workshops to primary schools, planning and facilitating workshops for adults and delivering family activities during school holidays. I also work on two outreach projects, one is with Bassetlaw Mind providing ceramic workshops to their service users and the other is with a local primary school to develop their arts programme.
What is a typical day like for you?
Every day is different which I love, but a typical day for me would be spent either at my desk or out and about with a visiting group.
What do you like to do on your days off?
I love to be active so maybe go for a walk in the peak district or the gym. I also enjoy spending time with my husband, family and friends.
What are your three favourite songs?
If you had to eat one meal for the rest of your life, what would it be?
I’m happiest when:
I am by the sea.
When was the last time you laughed so hard you cried?
Yesterday, I am always laughing.
Any favourite line from a movie?
Hello Papaguena - Minions Movie.
People would be surprised if they knew:
I love live music and enjoy going to festivals and gigs, finding new upcoming bands.
What game or movie universe would you most like to live in?
What’s your favourite song for a sunny day?
If you could turn any activity into an Olympic sport, what would you have a good chance at winning a medal for?
Where is the most interesting place you’ve been?
Venice Beach - California
What book impacted you the most?
Heavier than Heaven - Charles R Cross
What would be your spirit animal?