Jade French is an artist-facilitator, museum professional and academic
Jade's work broadly examines access and participation within the arts and museology, emerging from practical experience of running inclusive and community-led projects in museums and galleries. With a background in social care, Jade has worked extensively alongside learning disabled people and supported artist studios internationally exploring creative facilitation, with a focus on issues of intellectual access and curatorship within cultural spaces.
Inclusive Curating in Contemporary Art A Practical Guide
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Upcoming Online Event with Tate Curating, Care and Community
Curating, Care and Community will explore the increasingly urgent matter of how we care for ourselves, our colleagues, our collaborators and our audiences through our work in the arts, within and beyond institutions. The seminar will feature a range of speakers. More info here.
This event will be held on Zoom, with live captioning. Includes a one-hour lunch break. 3 September 2020 at 10.30–16.00