Peace Cranes

OPEN CALL FOR EXHIBITION VOLUNTEERS FROM MAY-AUGUST 2021 SIGN UP BY EMAIL HERE Peace Cranes​ ​is an exhibition of contemporary public art exploring the twin existential threats of nuclear weapons and climate change through the works of Scottish and international artists presented online, and a cathedral-size, visually arresting, site-specific installation of 140,000 origami peace cranes by established Scottish artist Janis Hart presented at Edinburgh’s St … Continue reading Peace Cranes

Friends of Pskov

Associate curator at the Friends of Pskov Association since 2017 –  supporting and developing the twinning of Perth, Scotland with Pskov, Russia through people to people diplomacy and a series of Perth, Pskov, Tartu: Twin Cities curatorial projects, including ZOOM IN ON…– six monthly gatherings over Zoom starting on 15 March 2021 aiming to contruct a contemporary art bridge over the twin cities rivers, marking … Continue reading Friends of Pskov

Hidden Letters

POETRY ACTIVISM? Reading our way through the post-COVID-19 recovery? Reclaiming our outdoor public spaces for poetry and multiculturalism? Reconsidering the role of small cultures such as Bulgaria and Scotland in Europe? This poetry activism project will offer a series of outdoor spoken word events and free online public talks in conjunction with the urban public art project Hidden Letters. Conceived by the Bulgarian artists and … Continue reading Hidden Letters

Screen.dance

Delighted to have been an Associate Curator and Jury Member of Screen.dance – Scotland’s first and only festival of dance film culture since its inception in 2016. Initiated and managed by Goat Media, Screen.dance was initially held at Threshold arspace, Perth and co-curated by Simon Fildes, Iliyana Nedkova and Peter Royston. In June 2020, Screen.dance migrated to Edinburgh and streamed live in association with Summerhall, … Continue reading Screen.dance

3G

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. 3G … Continue reading 3G

A is for Abbeyhill Artists

Founding curator of A is for Abbeyhill Artists – a durational public art project set in a purpose-built Victorian school building at the city centre of Edinburgh. Delivered through an ongoing artists’ residency programme aimed at spreading the wonder of contemporary arts to every pupil and teacher in and outside the classrooms of Abbeyhill Primary School. Over 50 projects by as many resident artists and … Continue reading A is for Abbeyhill Artists

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, contextualising 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

Platform

Curator and co-producer of the inaugural festival of Perthshire creativity with 30 events over 7 days staged across 30 venues in Perth and Kinross areas of central Scotland – a week long celebration of contemporary art featuring exhibitions, design, photography, artists talks, gigs, special installations, drama and film which ran from 25 March to 1 April 2017. READ MORE Continue reading Platform