Dr Marianne Mulvey

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Prior to my role at UWE I was Tutor, Curatorial Practice for Curating Contemporary Art MA at the Royal College of Art and taught curating at various higher education institutions including Westminster University. I also enjoy teaching thematic evening courses in museums and galleries including Tate and The Photographers' Gallery.

Between 2009-16 I held the roles of Assistant Curator and Curator, Public Programmes at Tate Britain and Modern. I have worked in various freelance producer and permanent curatorial roles at The National Gallery, The Arts Council Collection, Hayward Gallery and Gasworks, and was a Trustee of Fierce Festival of Performance in Birmingham 2014-18. The focus of my curatorial work has largely been with contemporary artists and others on live / public programming and performance, though I am also experienced at collecting, preserving and exhibiting object and screen-based art practices.

In 2016 I was Curator in Residence at Helsinki International Artists' Programme, and in 2018 the inaugural Thinker in Residence at The Feminist Library, Hobart. Between 2016-21 I was the recipient of a Collaborative Doctoral Partnership award between Tate and the Royal College of Art. I graduated in 2021 with the thesis 'Becoming Public(s): Practising the Public Programme in the Contemporary Art Institution'.


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