Jeanie Black

Jeanie Black is a Glasgow based visual artist, researcher and curator.  She graduated from City of Glasgow College with a first class BA (Hons) in Contemporary Art Practice in 2017 and recent graduate from the M.Litt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) jointly delivered by the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. Her artistic practice focuses on the lives, accomplishments and histories of Scottish women, eco-feminism and environmental issues.  A method of slow and considered curation is favoured as she champions the artistic practices of women and those underrepresented and unappreciated within society.  Her most recent curatorial work has taken place in Glasgow and included co-curating Drawing in the World (Kelvin Hall, March 2019) and Adjacent Spheres (Tontine Building, November 2018).  While her practice as an artist saw her last exhibit at the ÚNA: Latin America – Scotland Festival (Kelvin Hall, May 2019).  She has been a member of Hive: Sustainable Curatorial Collective since May 2019.

Anaïs Janze Natera

Anaïs Janze Natera is an independent curator based in Germany and former postgraduate student in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) at the Glasgow School of Art. She graduated summa cum laude with a BA in Museum Studies and worked in various contemporary art galleries in Berlin, Germany. Anaïs has collaborated with contemporary art museums across Latin America, as well as Mexican Embassies, to envision new curatorial strategies for public engagement. Currently based between Glasgow and Berlin, her research interests include curatorial activism and the representation of Othered artists in contemporary art spaces. Her recent curatorial projects explore public art, performance, and immersive large-scale installations. Anaïs was head curator of ÚNA: Latin America – Scotland Festival's first edition in May 2019 and was part of the curatorial team for Extinction Rebellion’s exhibition as part of the Edinburgh Fringe Festival  (July 25th - August 25th 2019) at Summerhall.

Natalie Nicolaides

Natalie Nicolaides

Natalie Nicolaides is a Glasgow-based independent curator, who recently finished the Master’s in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art), a programme jointly delivered by the Glasgow School of Art and the University of Glasgow. She graduated with a BA honours degree in History of Art, Design and Film from Kingston University London in 2014. Natalie was curatorial intern with the Public Engagement team at the Centre for Contemporary Art, Glasgow from January to July 2019 which saw her develop The School of Civic Imagination and programme and deliver Mexican artist Daniel Godinez Nivon residency. Natalie has also worked for the Scottish Refugee Council as they hosted the Artists Symposium in June 2019. She is also co-founder of the curatorial collective, Hive.

Bilyana Palankasova

Bilyana Palankasova is an independent based in Glasgow. Her practice is concerned with nature, technology, and futurism, particularly the intersections of digital and physical space and the nexus of art, science, and technology as a framework to challenge issues of globalisation. She holds MA in History of Art & Digital Media from the University of Glasgow, MSc in Modern & Contemporary Art from the University of Edinburgh and is currently on the MLitt Curatorial Practice programme at the Glasgow School of Art. Bilyana has worked with Talbot Rice Gallery, The Hunterian, Jupiter Artland, and GSA Exhibitions. Curatorial projects include Think Tank (2019) and Three Times Removed (2018).

Isabelle Thul

Isabelle Thul is an independent curator based in Germany and recent graduate from the MLitt Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art) course at the Glasgow School of Art. In her curatorial practice, Isabelle researches and implements an environmentally conscious and ethically driven approach. Furthermore, Isabelle looks to make artistic practices approachable to a wider range of audiences by becoming aware of and tackling the obstacles, which may stop individuals from feeling that an exhibition or project’s audience implies them.  Working for the arts organisation WAVEparticle since early 2019, Isabelle works with a team of artists and cultural producers to lead urban regeneration arts projects and creative workshops for community consultations.
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