Charlotte Dew

Exhibitions Curatorial Consultant

Charlotte Dew is a consultant and curator, specialising intouring and partnership exhibitions.She manages the professional developmentand research programmes for the Touring Exhibitions Group (TEG) and the public programme at the Goldsmiths’ Centre, London, and also coordinates a Subject Specialist Network for the Centre of Ceramic Art, York. She is author of the Lending and Borrow Experience Report (TEG: 2017) and the Economics of Touring Exhibitions Survey Report­(TEG: 2015) and has written for a range of publicationsincluding the Museums Journal, Ceramic Review and Crafts. Formerly she held curatorial roles at the Crafts Council, The National Archives, The Mercers’ Company and The Women’s Library, and has undertaken consultancy for the Barbican Art Gallery, South West Museum Development, the Museum of English Rural Life and York Art Gallery.  

Publications (selected)

  • Forthcoming, autumn 2020: Charlotte Dew. Greenham Common Banners. Four Corners Books: London.
  • Charlotte Dew. Seasons of Change - are Japan’s seasonally themed exhibition programmes a key to greater engagement? Association for Heritage Interpretation, Summer 2020, 25-1, p37
  • Touring Exhibitions Group. TEG Commissioning Agreement Resource and Template. London: Touring Exhibitions Group (www.teg.org.uk), May 2019.
  • Kay Aplin. Fantastic Tales: Danish Contemporary Ceramics. Brighton: The Ceramic House, 2014.
  • Crafts Council. Design Days Dubai. London: British Crafts Council, 2013

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