From July 2011, I will be beginning a new appointment as curator for Brown University’s David Winton Bell Gallery.
As part of the position I will be overseeing the care and cataloging of a permanent collection of 5,000 artworks ranging from prints to modern sculpture, interpretive programming for the galleries exhibition programme and initiating new curatorial projects with contemporary artists and exhibiting their work at the gallery.
I am looking forward to working closely with the creative communities at Brown University and throughout Providence, Rhode Island and New England.
I will also be maintaining my academic research as a Fellow of the John Nicholas Brown Center for Public Humanities and Cultural Heritage where I will be a Co-PI for an international research project exploring Urban Cultural Heritage & Creative Practice with partnerships in Providence, Rhode Island, Hong Kong, Istanbul, Capetown, Dublin and York.
Stay tuned for updates on events, exhibitions and output from these upcoming and exciting developments.