Kerry Campbell is a freelance curator, producer and Royal College of Art graduate, who until very recently had been living and working primarily in Luton Town. Campbell's curatorial practice is informed by her interests in working class history, diversifying arts engagement and exhibition innovation. The completion of an alternative free Arts MA with School of the Damned (2014 -'15) catalysed a further curatorial interest in the inclusive potential of horizontal, peer led alternative pedagogy. Previously working within the Education Dept. at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Campbell currently works as the Public Programmes Curator for Bloc Projects gallery (Sheffield) and is the founder and curator of TMT Projects - a contemporary arts platform based in Luton Town.
Image: As part of ‘Reflex’ an exhibition of work by Sean Doyle & Mally Mallinson, The Mall Shopping Centre, Luton Town 2016 (Photo credit: Tim Bowditch).