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Hi, I am Kerry Campbell
Artistic Director

Kerry Campbell is Artistic Director at Mansions of the Future – a dynamic, three-year Art’s Council Ambitions for Excellence funded project in Lincoln, which privileges inherently social, site-specific, and collaborative ways of working. She is also a freelance curator and is Residency Project Coordinator for Corridor8.

About Kerry

Kerry Campbell is a freelance curator and producer. Her 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.

Kerry graduated with a Curating Contemporary Art Masters from the Royal College of Art in 2017, with the earlier completion of an alternative free Arts MA with School of the Damned (2014 -’15) catalysing an interest in the inclusive potential of alternative pedagogy. In 2018 she was awarded an Arts Council International Development fund to undertake international research on community-led archives and the archival preservation of marginalised voices, with research published in print by Montez Press as an paper entitled ‘Class and Curating’.

Kerry previously worked for five years with schools, families, young people and vulnerable groups within Education at the Victoria & Albert Museum and then as the Public Programmes Curator for Bloc Projects gallery in Sheffield.

About Mansions of the Future

Mansions of the Future is a dynamic project which C4CC is proud to be a partner in, bringing together artists and communities to share culture in and of Lincoln.

It is an arts and cultural hub brought to life through a free public programme of talks, workshops, communal lunches, national and international artistic commissions.

Working with communities the three year project explores power and democracy – in an approach which supports social, site-specific and collaborative ways of working.

In collaboration with the Lincoln Cultural and Arts Partnership, Mansions of the Future is supported by Arts Council England’s Ambition for Excellence fund and other partners across the region.