Bethan is a curator and project manager with expertise delivering large public art projects. She has extensive experience working with government and commercial clients on the strategy, procurement and implementation of complex projects. Bethan facilitates multi-stakeholder teams while mindfully managing artists through project delivery. With nearly a decade of experience working in the arts, Bethan has developed a unique curatorial practice and established a growing network of contemporary artists and creative practitioners.
Bethan graduated from UNSW in 2011 with first class Honours in Arts. Bethan has been a previous recipient of the NSW Public History Prize, the Tundzha Regional Archaeology Project scholarship, and appeared as a speaker at 2018 Art Month and 2012 History Week. She has a background in arts administration and is currently completing her Masters of Curating and Cultural Leadership at the University of New South Wales – Art and Design.