I undertake freelance curatorial, consultancy and training work on a range of projects, drawing on my background in museums and galleries. Some, but not all, of these projects include my own work as an artist.
Co-curating Unravelling Nymans included installing Piccadillly 1830 at the National Trust Property Nymans House and Gardens.
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Working between two collections as both an artist and a curator, Other Stories is an exhibition that links LGBT oral histories from the Brighton Outstory archive with the paintings from the Leeds University Art Collection in order to reposition them.
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Download: Exhibition Catalogue (pdf 2.2Mb)
|Click on image to open the electronic exhibition catalogue for Queering the Museum, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery November 2010 - January 2011.
Download: Exhibition Catalogue (pdf 6.9Mb)
|Acting as both an artist and curator, Queering the Museum explores how the collections at Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery would look through the eyes of members of the Gay, Lesbian, Bisexual and Transgender Community. November 2010 - January 2011
Image: Reflection, Birmingham Museum and Art Gallery
|Co-curating, in conjunction with the Unravelled Group, an exhibition of artist interventions in Preston Manor, an Edwardian Stately home in Brighton. As part of this project, I am installing my own work: a flag of St George made from British Bulldogs in a display of Chinese Dogs of Fo. May – July 2010
Image: Preston Manor
|Co-Curator of Precious: Reclaiming Art and Craft. This is a touring exhibition which launched at Hove Museum in January 2010. The exhibition shows existing and newly-commissioned work by 19 artists who work with previously used materials. 30 January – 23 May 2010.
Image: Pods, Mary Crabb
|Development of brief and shortlist of suppliers of bespoke touchscreens at the National Galleries of Scotland’s Link Building.
Image: Reverend Robert Walker, Sir Henry Raeburn
|Review of audio guide systems available and advising the Scottish National Portrait Gallery redevelopment team on their suitability.
Image: Studies of a Dog’s Paw, Leonardo da Vinci
|Director of Unravelled, an Arts Council funded group of artists who work with craft in unusual ways. The group holds talks, events and exhibitions. We will be exhibiting selected work at Preston Manor in Brighton in May, June and July 2010.|
|Development and delivery of training for the bfi’s Collections Department on developing exhibitions.|
|Guest lecturer on the Museum Studies MA courses at University College London and at Leicester University|