Dr. Emma Curd is an artist, action-researcher, museum professional and facilitator. Having undertaken practice-based doctoral research at Liverpool John Moores University’s School of Art and Design between 2015 and 2020, she continues to research within the Faculty of Arts, Professional and Social Studies as a Research Assistant on several pedagogic projects concerning belonging and intellectual mattering. Namely, her work is conducted in galleries, libraries, archives and museum (GLAM) sectors, as well as Higher Education Institutions. Emma’s expertise lies in using art and discourse-based methodologies to uncover the ethical dimensions of collaborative practices.
This study tracks the keywords suggested, discussed, favoured and rejected by participants as part of a project hosted at Tate Liverpool with the community who use Tate Exchange.
This study tracks the keywords suggested, discussed, favoured and rejected by participants as part of a project hosted at Tate Liverpool with the Community Collective.