art fund: curator of the month 2016

As part of this interview series for Art Fund, curators from around the UK shared with me their career high and lowlights, their favourite projects, and their advice.


Victoria Haworth from Jerwood talks about why she loves working in Hastings.

Julie Milne from Tyne & Wear museums, whose job is impressively vast.

I love all things cake, and take great pride in my efforts at expanding my colleagues’ waistlines.

Lorna Hogger from York Art Gallery on the exhibition Flesh and her efforts to expand her colleagues’ waistlines.

Carol Thompson from Wolverhampton Art Gallery on her research into black contemporary artists included in the Venice Biennale.

Mia Jackson on her journey from volunteer at the British Museum to curator of collections at English Heritage.

Get out of London!

Sophie Williamson from Camden Arts Centre on why you should leave London.

Read 2017’s Curator of the Month interviews here.

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