Daisy McMullan - Curator
Daisy McMullan graduated from Chelsea's MA Curating course and now works at our on site gallery, Chelsea Space.
How did you choose your course?
After graduating from Camberwell College of Arts, I took an internship in a gallery and found I really enjoyed curating exhibitions. So I decided to look for an MA that allowed me to pursue this.
Why did you choose Chelsea's MA Curating course?
I felt the course at Chelsea was very closely aligned to what I wanted to do as a career and it has some really great resources like the Special Collections.
And what's your favourite Chelsea memory?
Working on a collaborative project called Prospectus with fellow MA Curating students and Professor Neil Cummings. The project changed my ideas about working collaboratively and what forms exhibitions can take.
What was the first job you took after graduation?
I was appointed curator of the Young Masters Art Prize just before graduating, and was very lucky to be awarded a research fellowship at Chelsea Space through the Ashley Family Foundation.
What are you working on at the moment?
I'm still working at Chelsea Space and on the Young Masters Art Prize and I am also curating a project called The Geometrics with textiles designer Emma Neuberg.