Roles

Project Manager:

Researchers in Residence (UoM) (2013- ongoing)

researchersinresidence.wordpress.com

Heritage Assistant (maternity cover):

Museum of Medicine & Health (2014-15)

@ManMedMuseum

Arts Practitioner/Curator:

“Telling Tales: Speech, Language, Science & Creativity” [MSF2015] (2015)

Arts Practitioner: Film/publication/workshops – Place, Space & Communities [with Ancoats Dispensary & Canal and Rivers Trust] (2015-16)

Director: Digital Women’s Archive North [DWAN] (2015- ongoing)

Co-Founder/Creative Producer: AudioLAB (2013- ongoing)

Curator: “Artefacts & Experiences: Reframing Narratives across Medicine and Health” 22 Oct – 7 Nov 2014, Manchester Central Library, Floor 1 [MSF2014] (2014)

Curatorial Assistant: Renovation of Elizabeth Gaskell’s House, Manchester, UK (2014)

Performer/ Writer/ Producer: Chroma (20111- ongoing)colourchroma.wordpress.com

Writer/Producer: Archive Interventions (with John Rylands Library) (2013) archiveinterventions.wordpress.com

Coordinator of the AHVS Research Seminar Series 2011-2012/ 2012-2013, (collaborations with CIDRA, The Whitworth Art Gallery, Centre for New Writing, cities@manchester, artsmethods@manchester)

Visiting lecturers include Marina Warner, Simon Watney and Brian Dillon. For information on past speakers and events, please visit:http://manchesterarthistory.wordpress.com/

 Organised events include:
  • “Siblings” conference day, Manchester Art Gallery, Mar 23, 2013: “The event examines the implications of Juliet Mitchell’s psychoanalytical theories of “Siblings” for artistic and critical discourses, and poses the question ‘how can a theory of siblings open up visual culture and the Manchester Art Gallery collections?’ Guest speakers: Juliet Mitchell, Mignon Nixon, Catherine Grant, Jonny Briggs.”
  • “The Sense of Listening: responses to Jean Luc Nancy’s Listening”, Dec 7, 2011, Whitworth Art Gallery, guest speaker David Toop
  • “Traces”, The University of Manchester, May 11, 2011: a cross-disciplinary symposium

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