Clare Cumberlidge

Clare Cumberlidge is founding director of Thirteen Ways, an agency which combines curatorial and communications expertise to deliver high profile campaigns and cultural programmes. Clare has a background as a curator, writer, commissioner and cultural strategist and has delivered pioneering exhibitions, commissions, engagement programmes, cultural strategies and campaigns for Tate, V&A, National Science Museum, Arts […]

Narmeen Naser / The AJALA Project

The AJALA Project is an e-commerce art and crowdfunding platform that showcases art inspired by innovative social impact initiatives, Artwork is sold online through merchandise,community events, and art exhibitions, to support emerging artists and social impact grassroots changemakers. Artists sign up on our platform and collaborate with non-profit initiatives around the world to create artwork […]

George H. Waterman III

George H. Waterman  III.  Waterman graduated from Harvard College where he studied Art History. He was on the first board of directors of the Dia Art Foundation. He has been a member of the Harvard Overseers Committee to Visit the Art Museums, the Collection Committee of the Whitney Museum of American Art, and the Library Committee of The Museum of Modern […]

Edward Hirsch

Edward Hirsch, a MacArthur Fellow, has published nine books of poems, including The Living Fire: New and Selected Poems (2010), which brings together thirty-five years of work. His book-length elegy, Gabriel: A Poem (2014), which The New Yorker calls “a masterpiece of sorrow,” won the National Jewish Book Award for poetry. He has also published […]

Kazys Varnelis

Kazys Varnelis is an artist, designer, and scholar. His focusses on the impact of digital technology on everyday life. He holds a PhD in the History of Architecture and Urban Development from Cornell University and is the founder and Director of the Network Architecture Lab and co-founder of AUDC , entities that are both think tanks […]

Marco Antonini

Marco Antonini is an independent writer and curator. From 2011 to 2016, he served as NURTUREart’s Executive Director & Curator, presenting new work by Ian Pedigo, Ivan Argote, Jonathan Ehrenberg, Meredith James, Arianna Carossa, Daniel Bejar, Nathalie Hausler, Alina Tenser, Gabriela Salazar, Deville Cohen, Lior Modan, and Steffani Jemison, among many others. Antonini’s ambitious, inter-generational […]

Anne-Marie Oliver / Barry Sanders

Anne-Marie Oliver is a cultural theorist, photographer, and documentarian, whose projects occur at the intersection of art, religion, politics, and technology. Her work can be found in Critical Inquiry, Partisan Review, The International Journal of Comparative Sociology, and Public Culture, the Bulletin of the Center for Transnational Cultural Studies, the University Museum, the University of […]

Amish Morell

Amish Morrell is Editor of C Magazine and Director of Programs at C The Visual Art Foundation. He has taught at the University of Toronto Mississauga, York University and at Ryerson University and currently teaches in the graduate Criticism & Curatorial Practice MFA program at OCAD University. He has curated numerous public projects and exhibitions in Atlantic Canada, including The Frontier is Here, Nightwalks […]

Theresie Tungalik

I was born on the sea ice in the month of March at the Arctic Circle. My parents were traveling by dog team so I would be born in the community of Naujaat,  Nunavut. I have lived around art most of my life and it has inspired me as I am a fan of great creator of […]

Harald Falckenberg

Harald Falckenberg, born 1943, is President of the Kunstverein in Hamburg since 1998. He has studied law in Freiburg, Berlin and Hamburg and worked since 1979 until 2014 as CEO, now as board member for a company in the petrol business. Since 1987 he is honorary judge at the Hamburg Constitutional Court. His worldwide renowned […]