Adam Sutherland was appointed in March 1999. He was previously Director of art.tm, a visual arts organisation in rural Scotland. Adam leads Grizedale Arts organisation's core development - curating off-site projects, writing and pig-farming.
Current priorities include the development of a collection of British craft & design for the Lawson Park refurbishment.
Alistair has recently been the Lead Officer on Grizedale's contribution to the Creative Egremont public art programme. He also led a group of UK artists to China for the project Happy Stacking.
Alistair was appointed in July 2004, having previously worked as Projects Curator for the Government Art Collection, where, amongst other things, he worked with Liam Gillick on a public art project for the new Home Office building.
Tracy works part time at Grizedale and is responsible for the financial operation of the organisation.
Dorian Fraser Moore works with Grizedale, architecting, designing, programming their websites and helping to develop new ways for our content to reach audiences online.
He's currently working on ways of capturing what's going on at Lawson Park and feeding it back out onto the web, creating a record of the social collisions that happen in the space and through Grizedale's activities.
As the useful arts he works with a variety of artists, arts and architectural practices, and the odd corporate client, may overlapping with Grizedale, helping them develop websites and technological concepts to realisation.
Karen has been associated with Grizedale Arts since 2000. For ‘A Different Weekend’ she produced and sited a series of event signs in differing 'folk' styles, and she later appeared as one part of a pantomime horse. Working as ‘People from Off’ with Anna Best, Simon Poulter and Nina Pope she developed the live webcast, the ‘Festival of Lying’ in 2001. For ‘Golden - Live in Your Forest’ she worked with the local Satterthwaite & Rusland Women's Institute to make a jubilee cake, and in 2003 she made ‘Welcome To’, a lo-fi musical film set in Grizedale Forest, with many local dance groups.
In collaboration with Nina Pope (aka Somewhere) she won the Northern Art Prize in 2008, their show featuring a number of Grizedale works including a multiple depicting an idealised Lawson Park –‘Titchy / Kitschy’ (2009), available from the Grizedale shop.
Karen works in an occasional freelance capacity for Grizedale Arts.
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