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Friday 12 November 2021
13:00pm - 14:00pm
This event is exclusively for STEAMhouse Create members. Find out about how to join HERE.
Our ‘In Conversation’ events are designed to help STEAMhouse Create members learn more about how different arts organisations, commissioners and curators work with artists, and how artists can work with them.
Kim McAleese is a curator originally from Belfast, now based in Birmingham, She is currently working as Programme Director of Grand Union, a gallery space and artists’ studios bringing the public closer to art and artists by hosting, sharing, listening, supporting, caring, conversing and exchanging.
She is an alumnus of Curatorlab in Konstfack (Stockholm), and of the Independent Curators International Curatorial Intensive programme. She is co-founder of Household, a collective of curators who organise public art projects in Northern Ireland, and a previous co-director of Catalyst Arts.
She is one of the selectors for this year’s Turner Prize alongside Russell Tovey, Aaron Cezar, (Director of the Delfina Foundation, London) and Zoé Whitley, (Director of the Chisenhale Gallery, London).