From January 2015 to June 2018, I worked at Deveron Projects, a socially engaged arts organisation that runs artist residencies and a year-round creative events programme. Based in Huntly town Square in Aberdeenshire, it operates a Town is the Venue methodology, with programmes of talks and events taking place in different venues throughout the town.

Artists are commissioned to spend three months (either as a block or over a longer period of time) in Huntly, developing a project which is of social relevance to the town, but also relevant on a global scale.

Deveron Projects is highly productive, programming at least one event per week and up to 5 or 6 projects per year. The projects are vast and varied and so was my role(s) there.

As Shadow Curator, my role was to work right next to the Director, Claudia Zeiske, assisting her and offering critical questions to curatorial decisions; as Art & Community Worker I worked directly with artists in residence on their projects and directly with the Huntly community, trying to maintain the 50/50 balance of artistic integrity and meaningful engagement; as Project Manager I was responsible for the overall production and delivery of the programme and day-to-day running of the organisation.



Slow Marathon

Lure of the Lost 

Oaks & Amity


Exploration Aids

300 Years to Grow


The White Wood

How Humans Adapt

Energised Landscape

21 Years of Town is the Venue

Room to Reinvent

What If?

Walking Without Walls

I Stand With Tifty’s Annie

No.11 Café

The Community Crockery



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