Lisa Slominski is a curator and arts consultant based in London. She is an advocate for artists with disabilities in contemporary art. Lisa has broad knowledge of contemporary art and specialises in the emerging field of self-taught and Outsider Art. This includes it’s terminological debates and position in the larger art world, as well as the market. Recent curatorial projects include Spring Syllabus with J Hammond Projects. As a guest lecturer she’s worked with Christie’s Education, and recently for Queen Mary University’s MSc Creative Arts and Mental Health.
Previously, Lisa served as Head of Visual Culture for The Museum of Everything overseeing the curation and exhibition planning for projects in Britain, Europe and Australia. Her ongoing involvement with this UK charity contributes to her in-depth perspective of artists working outside of the cultural mainstream.
Lisa also managed several significant private collections and archives. Her most notable clients include Cranford Collection whom she still works collaboratively with. In America, Lisa also coordinated the first series of public art commissions on Chicago’s mass-transit system with the city’s Department of Cultural Affairs before migrating to United Kingdom.
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