Join Rosemary Cronin in this webinar for a guided journey around how to translate your creative practice and open it up to working with audiences. For many of us lockdown has made us realise the importance of creativity and the communities around us. This session will cover some examples of best practice from practitioners and arts organisations, and tools to future plan your practice.
Employed as a Young Curator at Tate Modern as part of the Raw Canvas programme in 2006, Rosemary Cronin has continued as an artist, curator and project manager, with a particular interest in socially engaged practice. Project managing and coordinating participatory projects for National Portrait Gallery, Art on the Underground and Museum of Brands, Rosemary has a passion to make art accessible for all, with particular experience of working with young people and vulnerable audiences. A fine art graduate from Chelsea College of Art & Design, as an artist Rosemary has facilitated on projects for Tate, Victoria & Albert Museum, The Photographers’ Gallery, South London Gallery and Watts’ Gallery.
This webinar will take place on July 27, 12pm