Elizabeth Graham
Artist Development Curator

Elizabeth Graham is Artist Development Curator at UP Projects. She curates a range of public art commissions and programmes including a working group that supports artists to develop their practice by exploring social and political contexts as the site for artistic practice. Alongside her role at UP Projects Elizabeth is currently Assistant Projects Curator at the Serpentine Galleries, connecting artists, communities, self-organised groups and campaigns through long term residency programmes. Prior to this, Elizabeth has worked at a variety of organisations including; Arnolfini Exhibitions team, Tate Britain and Modern Learning department and as a researcher for the South London Gallery.

Since 2014, Elizabeth has been a tutor of Self-Directed Research on the Master Education in Arts, Piet Zwart Institute, Rotterdam, and co-organises How To Show Up? an ongoing performance and writing series at Sans Serriffe, Amsterdam

Elizabeth graduated in 2009, with a BA in Fine Art from Chelsea College of Art and Design.