Alla Georgieva

Exploring the work of artist Alla Georgieva (Born in Kharkiv, Ukraine. Lives and works in Sofia, Bulgaria) through curating of solo and group exhibitions and publishing critical writing texts. SOLO SHOW Alla Georgieva Tales of Love, Great and Small ARC Projects, Sofia  | 22 November 2008 – 31 January 2009 Curated by Chris Byrne and Iliyana Nedkova Conceived especially for ARC Projects the exhibition tested … Continue reading Alla Georgieva

Associate curator and jury member of – Scotland’s first and only annual festival of dance film culture run by Goat Media since 2016 initially held at Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre and Perth Concert Hall. Co-curated with Simon Fildes and Peter Royston 2019 Festival Exhibition Guide DOWNLOAD Etch Best UK Dance Film WATCH Some Body Best Student Dance Film WATCH   READ MORE Continue reading


Founding curator of 3G: 3 Generations of Women Artists Perform – an annual exploration of feminism and performance art marking International Women’s Day as part of Perth and Kinross Women’s Festival. Held annually between 2016 and 2020 at Threshold artspace, Perth Theatre and Concert Hall, 3G featured artists’ talks and scholars’ presentations alongside live and screen performances by three generations of international women artists. Interested … Continue reading 3G


Founding curator of an artists’ residencies programme at Edinburgh’s Abbeyhill Primary School spreading the wonder of contemporary arts to every pupil and teacher in and outside the classroom. Over 30 projects by as many resident artists and partners premiered in exhibtions and performances as part of the annual community festival Colony of Artists since 2013. Founder, writer and editor of a dedicated Artists-in-Residence at Abbeyhill … Continue reading Artists-in-residence

Marlene Millar

Curator of the first survey exhibition by multi-award winning Canadian artist and filmmaker Marlene Millar spanning 30 years of her creative practice through a selection of 30 works from 1989 to 2019. Included were a newly commissioned multi-screen installation alongside public engagements with Marlene’s works through poetry, creative and critical writing, live dance and choral music. Initially held at Threshold artspace, Perth Concert Hall 29 … Continue reading Marlene Millar


Curator of a touring exhibition – a collective moving image homage to the pioneering contemporary dance diva Margaret Morris (1891–1980). Featuring Scottish and international contemporary visual artists and filmmakers including Lewis Gourlay, Su Grierson, Brian Hartley, Simon Fildes, Katrina McPherson, Marlene Millar, Theresa Pickles and Abby Warrilow whose works have been commissioned and acquired by Horsecross Arts for the Threshold artspace collection of contemporary art. … Continue reading Movement

Diana Savova

Curatorial mentor of Edinburgh-based artist and conservator Diana Savova working towards a major new solo exhibition Contemporary Fairy-Tale Magic at Scottish Storytelling Centre, Edinburgh. To follow the daily curatorial studio visits during the COVID-19 pandemic just JUMP OVER HERE Supported by VACMA – the Visual Artist and Craft Maker Award programme administered through Creative Scotland and City of Edinburgh Council   Continue reading Diana Savova

Mare Tralla

Writer of a series of essays, interviews, features and curatorial statements dedicated to the work of London-based Estonian artist, designer and activist Mare Tralla SELECTED CRITICAL WRITING Journal Mare Tralla: Self-Irony, Parody and the Absurd. Iliyana Nedkova in conversation with Mare Tralla in n.paradoxa international feminist art journal Volume 36: Humor, pp.42-49. Editor Katy Deepwell. Published by KT Press, London, July 2015 DOWNLOAD Festival Guide … Continue reading Mare Tralla

Threshold arstpace

Founding curator of a 15-year-long public art project set at the ‘threshold’ of two iconic public buildings in the city centre of Perth, Scotland pioneered and managed by Horsecross Arts – commissioning, exhibiting and collecting over 350 works including site-specific multi-screen installations by over 150 Scottish and international artsits from 2005 until 2020. READ MORE Continue reading Threshold arstpace