The Faculty of Creative and Cultural Industries is delighted to be able to invite you to a talk by Katy Norris, Curator at Pallant House Gallery, Chichester.
Summary of talk:
Frequently described as one of the most important galleries for British modern art in the country, Pallant House Gallery delivers a rotating program of lively events, collection displays and temporary exhibitions housed within its historic Queen Anne townhouse and award winning contemporary wing. Katy Norris will discuss the process of curating exhibitions and displays in these remarkable architectural spaces, and her experiences of delivering both contemporary interventions and surveys of twentieth century art.
Katy Norris is the Curator at Pallant House Gallery. She studied History of Art at Warwick University and completed her MA at the Courtauld Institute, focusing on Walter Sickert and modern British painting for her dissertation. After graduating she assisted on the development of the ARTIST ROOMS collection at Tate National and worked on exhibition projects as an intern at Tate Modern, including ‘Joan Miró: The Ladder of Escape’. Following this she worked as a researcher at a commercial gallery in Mayfair specialising in twentieth century art. At Pallant House Gallery she has worked on several exhibition of modern and contemporary art, most notably curating the exhibition ‘Jean Dubuffet: Transitions’ in autumn 2012 and the forthcoming exhibition ‘Sickert in Dieppe’.