Jane Morrow is a visual art curator, writer, researcher, educator and advocate.
Her specialism is in artist development, and supporting arts organisations to centre artists in their programming and operations. She is interested in infrastructure for artists; working across network and production contexts, and through creating formal and informal developmental platforms for practitioners. Resourcing, nurturing and profiling others’ practices has been a longstanding facet of her approach. Jane’s practice-led PhD research focuses on the precarity of artists’ studios and workspaces; labour and practice, collective and co-operative models, and permanence and peripateticism. She also develops independent and collaborative projects, such as co-initiating the Angelica network.
This website also contains selected information about her strategic, programming, fundraising and artist development roles for galleries, initiatives and individuals around the UK and Ireland. Her writing is regularly commissioned by arts press, and featured in peer-reviewed journals. Jane also occasionally teaches on undergraduate courses at Belfast School of Art, and on the postgraduate course in Arts Management at Queen’s University.