Professor Kevin Singh is an architect whose career in has spanned over 25 years. He has extensive experience in both higher education institutions and in the industry, as the head of his own practice.
Foundling Museum director to take up new role in May 2023. Imperial War Museums (IWM) has announced Caro Howell as its new director-general. Howell will take up her role on 1 May 2023, with the institution's outgoing head Diane Lees remaining in post until 1 March 2023.
We sat down with Head of Perrett Laver’s Arts Practice in the UK, Milly Smith, to discuss challenges facing the sector following the pandemic, how organisations are encouraging audiences to return to venues, and what lies ahead for the arts sector.
To celebrate the upcoming summer of sports, we sat down with our Head of Sports Practice, Imogen Baird, to discuss her role at Perrett Laver, working with Sport England, and the barriers and opportunities to building inclusive sports leadership.
The National Football Museum has announced the nine newly-selected trustees. The museum is celebrating a decade in Manchester this year and see this as the perfect time to introduce some fresh faces, reset, look forward and implement an exciting new strategy. The museum has just announced a new lease with the Manchester City Council and has set ambitions on developing the museum’s galleries and forming new partnerships within the football world.
The Executive Board of the Amsterdam University of the Arts (AHK) has appointed Aminata Cairo as lector and Rosa te Velde as associate lector of the new Social Justice and Diversity in the Arts research group. This AHK-wide dual research group that will start on 1 August is being established by the Executive Board to accelerate research into social justice, inclusion and diversity in the arts. Social justice and diversity in the arts are topic that occupy a prominent place in arts education and in the professional field, and in the vision of the AHK they must also come to the fore more forcefully in research.
The University of Glasgow has appointed Professor Jo Gill as Vice-Principal and Head of the College of Arts. Professor Gill will join UofG from the University of Exeter and succeeds Professor Roibeard (Robby) Ó Maolalaigh, who will step down from the post in July. She is joining the University’s College of Arts at an exciting time for Glasgow’s cultural and creative industries. The city has gained an international reputation as a creative innovation leader and cultural powerhouse.
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