Curator/ Artist

Luton / Sheffield



Kerry Campbell is a freelance curator, producer and Royal College of Art graduate. Campbell’s curatorial practice is informed by her interests in regional curating, diversifying arts engagement and understanding the complex relationship between social class and barriers to arts engagement and representation. She is the founding director and curator of TMT Projects, Luton - an arts platform invested in supporting emerging to mid career artists and delivering ambitious, locally informed exhibitions and projects.

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 with schools, families, young people and vulnerable groups within Education at the Victoria & Albert Museum, Campbell currently works as the Public Programmes Curator for Bloc Projects gallery in Sheffield and is the residencies Project Coordinator for Corridor8.


Image: ‘Reflex’ - an exhibition of work by Sean Doyle & Mally Mallinson, The Mall Shopping Centre, Luton, 2016 (Photo credit: Tim Bowditch).