Veronica Sekules is Director of GroundWork Gallery, a new space in King’s Lynn in Norfolk, specialising in contemporary art and environment, opened in 2015. After a founding career in the environment movement, a cookery writer and a curator, she became Head of Education & Research and Deputy Director for the Sainsbury Centre for Visual Arts at the University of East Anglia, where she was responsible for developing and managing learning and research programmes, educational events and conferences, artists’ projects and residencies, outreach and training with students, schools, teachers and the public. She has worked extensively on international educational programmes and consultancies in many countries. She trained as an art historian, has an MA in education and is an active educational researcher and writer specialising in the Middle Ages and 20th-century art, and is widely published in these areas. She has been chair of judges for the international Children in Museums Award 2015-2017, formerly co-editor of World Art Journal, and has a book on Cultures of the Countryside, Art, Museum, Heritage and Environment 1970-2015, in the press.
website – https://www.groundworkgallery.com/