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Wednesday 21 September 2022
13:00pm - 14:00pm
PLEASE NOTE: This event is exclusively for STEAMhouse Create Programme members.
This lunchtime session is led by Marie-Anne McQuay, curator and incoming Director of Projects at Arts&Heritage.
Arts&Heritage works across the UK to forge collaborations between contemporary artists and heritage organisations. A&H projects create new perspectives and bring to life the narratives of histories, people and place. Recent commissions in 2022 include Hetain Patel working at Cromford Mills, Matlock and Enam Gbewonyo making new work at God’s House Tower, Southampton.
Marie-Anne McQuay will introduce the work of Arts&Heritage and give an overview of Heritage commissioning processes. This will include a guide to funding, what opportunities to look out for and how to research & pitch a project proposal. There will be opportunity to discuss experiences and ask questions.
Marie-Anne McQuay joined Arts&Heritage as their new Director of Projects in summer 2022.
Previously she was Head of Programme at the Bluecoat, Liverpool (2014–2022) where she worked across exhibitions, events, print studios and residencies. During her time at the Bluecoat she commissioned new work by Larissa Sansour, Adham Faramawy, Suki Chan, Jade Montserrat, Serena Korda, Jonathan Baldock, Elaine Mitchener, Rosa-Johan Uddoh, Sumuyya Khader, and Grace Ndiritu.
She was Guest International Curator for Wales in Venice 2019 with artist Sean Edwards and Tŷ Pawb, Wrexham, and was Curator at Spike Island, Bristol (2007-2013). There she developed exhibitions of new work with artists including Elizabeth Price, Laure Prouvost, Can Altay, Sean Edwards, Sonia Boyce, Ruth Claxton. Cevdet Erek, Melissa Gordon, Uriel Orlow, James Richards and Jesse Jones.