Jane Findlay is Dulwich Picture Gallery’s Head of Programme and Engagement with responsibility for the Gallery’s exhibition and learning activities. She specializes in audience development, participation and interpretation.
In 2022 she curated the Helen Frankenthaler: Radical Beauty exhibition. She has worked in learning and engagement in UK museums and galleries for 15 years.
Her experience spans the British Museum, National Maritime Museum, Kenwood House and the London Transport Museum. She holds an MA in Museum Studies and is an Associate of the Museums Association.
Jane will be speaking at:
Museums, Health & Wellbeing Summit
Tuesday, 7th February 2023
Embedding the Arts in Community Health and Wellbeing Through New Collaborations
Since January 2020 the Dulwich Picture Gallery has been working in partnership with the National Health Service to embed a creative arts programme for a new integrated healthcare hub designed around local health needs, combining GP, mental health and hospital services in Southwark, London. The project came out of a shared vision to address the significant local health inequalities through engagement in arts and creativity. This presentation will explore the successful ingredients for the propagation of a cultural offer within a health setting. And how local relationships and collaborations are a leading priority in determining project success.