As of 2017 I commenced work at Arts SU (the students’ union for UAL) and have continued this dynamic of artistic production, support and liaison by platforming and promoting the work of students from University of the Arts, London. As such I have worked with over 270 students to develop their skill set, exhibit their work, introduce them to new areas of creative practice, professionally advance their learning, facilitate networking, give them access to a community of practice and establish their career beyond their time at University. All of which I have found profoundly rewarding and invigorating, creating a fundemtally crucial space between art practice curator and artist educator.
I have listed below the most significant areas of programme delivery or curatorial practice that I feel both define my career approach and also highlight the depth of interest and style of projects I feel most at home with and inspired by.
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Programmed and coordinated an innovative series of workshops, talks, lectures and symposiums hinging on the role and importance of accessibility to tech
Programmed a UAL student fashion show in response to the theme of Manga, project inception and delivery in collaboration with Japanese fashion designer Kansai Yamamoto.
Programmed a UAL student takeover of the British Museum responding to the practice and career of Auguste Rodin - featuring up to 16 student-led activites across the Museum campus.
Programmed a UAL student takeover of the British Museum responding to the theme American Dream - featuring up to 16 student-led activities across the Museum campus.
Programmed and coordinated UAL students participation in The Royal Academy’s large-scale event Late night opening series
2017 - 2019
People & organisations that I have worked with as of August, 2022 (click on logo to scroll):
Art Licks / Bermondsey Project Space / Bustle Media / The British Museum / The Feminist Library / Kansai Yamamoto Inc / KitMapper / Koppel Projects / The Royal Academy / Refinery29 / South Kiosk / Tate / University of the Arts, London / Vice Digital Group