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Tuesday 14 July 2020
2.00pm—3.00pm

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This workshop is for STEAMhouse members only

Curator Elinor Morgan joins STEAMhouse members for a conversation about how she works with artists, how relationships develop, how exhibitions and public projects come about and how public galleries collect artworks. This session will be useful for anyone who wants to learn more about working with curators, working with public galleries, and selling work into public collections. There will be plenty of space for questions.

This event is hosted by Eastside Projects and is for STEAMhouse members only. Find out more about joining HERE

Elinor Morgan  is head of Programme at Middlesbrough Institute of Modern Art (MIMA) where she has worked to develop it as an institution that is led by its context and constituents. Elinor oversees the display management, care and development of the Middlesborough Collection, comprising 2250 works of modern and contemporary art and craft.  She co-edited ‘The Constituent Museum’ (2018), a reader on how arts institutions might work differently with their publics. 

Since 2008 she has curated residencies, exhibitions, public and education programmes across the UK working at institutions in Norwich, Cambridge, Birmingham and on independent projects in London.  She has led and supported public art projects and commissions and developed freelance projects. Elinor enjoys writing and editing reviews and essays.