We’re a small, friendly and dynamic team with highly specialised knowledge and decades of experience ranging from the commercial gallery sector to large-scale infrastructure projects.
resourceful, imaginative, detail focussed and collaborative.
We understand the immediate and long-term value of culture in
shaping and animating equitable urban spaces and within design teams and
across project specialisms to curate and produce art commissions and creative
programmes of the highest quality. We undertake rigorous research and work with
community to provide context specific public art and cultural strategies with a
focus on the creative economy and innovative, inclusive and sustainable
Our diverse range of
clients and collaborators include local authorities, major landowners,
developers, business improvement districts, universities and healthcare
providers, architects and community, cultural and third sector
organisations. We recognise that no two projects are ever the same and
work with our clients to deliver projects and programmes that are as unique as
Art Producer andCommunications Lead
Art Producer andStrategies Lead
Head of Consultancy
Art Producer and Collections Lead
her current role as Art Producer at the Contemporary Art Society, Megan is
involved in the research, analysis and writing of cultural strategies as well
as managing curatorial projects for both private and public clients, developing
artist briefs, commissioning artists and overseeing design development,
fabrication and installation.
Cultural Strategy Consultant
been working in the contemporary art world for more than 15 years, firstly for
Frieze magazine and the inaugural Frieze Art Fair and then six years as
Assistant Director at greengrassi and a further two years as Artist Liaison at
Timothy Taylor Gallery. More recently she worked freelance for artists
including Aleksandra Mir and Susan Hiller as well as galleries and
organisations including Matt’s Gallery and Christie’s Education. Megan is
co-editor of the magazine P.E.A.R. (Paper for Emerging Architectural Research).
A compendium of the first seven years of the magazine will be published by UCL
press in 2020.
Our lead Cultural Strategy Consultant