Venue and Event Sales Manager
Chelsey is responsible for the exclusive hire of Science Gallery London to both corporate and private clients. She has a degree in Event Management from Plymouth University and has worked in some of London’s most unique and exciting venues from ZSL London Zoo to The Gherkin delivering successful events.
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Dr Daniel Glaser
Daniel is a neuroscientist by training and joins King’s from Wellcome Trust where he headed up their engaging science work. He was the world's first scientist in residence at an arts institution at the ICA in 2002 and was the first scientist to judge the Man Booker prize in 2014. He writes a weekly column in the Observer Magazine.
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Emma heads up the communications team. She joined from a global marketing agency for the arts where she managed campaigns for several national museums, galleries and heritage sites, as well as festivals, theatre and live entertainment. Previously, she led on digital marketing at Royal Museums Greenwich. Emma has also worked in audience development and as a Producer for independent theatre companies.
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Hannah Redler Hawes
Hannah is an independent art curator and science communicator who specialises in cross-discipline projects involving international artists and researchers in galleries, museums, digital and public space. Alongside her other projects Hannah is also Associate Curator in Residence at the Open Data Institute (ODI) where she works with artist Julie Freeman co-directing the Data as Culture art programme.
Public Engagement Manager
Jamie works with King’s researchers, helping them achieve greater impact from their research through the development and delivery of meaningful public engagement activities. Jamie has worked in science communication for 10 years, most recently completing his PhD, joint funded by CERN and the Open University, that explored the communication and engagement practices of CERN staff and researchers.
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Head of Programming
Jen runs the exhibition and event programme. She has a background in exhibition development and experience production, a degree in Natural Sciences, and an M.Phil in History & Philosophy of Science. She is co-founder of Guerilla Science Ltd. and has previously worked for the Dana Centre, Wellcome Collection, Science Museum and Natural History Museum.
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Jessie assists with the exhibition and event programme. She has an English Literature degree and previously worked creating digital content for Science Gallery London and marketing Utopia 2016 for the Cultural Institute, King's College London. Jessie worked in several Manchester schools with the Tutor Trust, and continues to work with school students as a Debating Matters judge.
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Projects and Office Manager
Kate manages the office and leads on operational and special projects. She has a wealth of experience in administration, logistics and office management and has previously worked in the charity and health sectors. Kate has a degree in Photographic Arts and continues to also work as a freelance photographer in her own time.
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Community Engagement Manager
Kirsty ensures people aged 15-25 are in the driving seat of what we do, creating compelling work which speaks to these audiences and champions their expertise and input on the future of science and the arts. Kirsty brings a wealth of experience in community engagement and youth work, having worked at Crisis, Centrepoint and Roundhouse, alongside a background as a festival and events producer.
Public Engagement Manager (maternity leave)
Louise has over five years public engagement practice, six years of active scientific research, and experience working with patients in clinical settings. As co-founder of London Brain Project she has experience collaborating with charities and artists to develop high impact engagement projects. She holds a PhD in Developmental Cognitive Neuroscience.
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Marketing & Communications Officer
Rhianon leads on all day to day communications at Science Gallery London. Rhianon previously worked for Royal Museums Greenwich where she was Press and PR Manager: Science and Cultural, and led on major media campaigns including the Insight Astronomy Photographer of the Year. Prior to this, Rhianon worked for a music PR agency, publicising new music and tours for a variety of artists.
Commercial & Visitor Experience Manager
Shannon manages commercial operations and is the champion for visitor experience at Science Gallery London. Shannon has a degree in Behavioural Science and also brings with her more than a decade of commercial and operations experience in the Museum sector. She has worked for the British Museum and most recently, the Charles Dickens Museum in a general manager capacity.
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Curator-Producer (SPARE PARTS)
Stéphanie works with artists to develop projects, which define places and engage people in unexpected ways. She is currently in charge of the Visual Arts programme at Kunstkraftwerk in Leipzig. Recent projects include: BeHave, an international artist residency project and a citywide exhibition and Relay, a series of temporary artworks to mark the redevelopment of King’s Cross in London.
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Head of Project Delivery
Tim is responsible for planning and implementation of the gallery as an effective operational and commercial enterprise with an appropriate complement of professional staff in a high quality building. Previously he spent many years working for; The National Gallery, Tate, Royal Armouries at HM Tower of London, as well as in the private sector for Phillips the Auctioneers and Gallery Systems Inc.
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