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Maeve has worked in a curatorial role in the Scottish visual arts sector for over a decade. Since 2011 she has been Curator: Exhibitions at the City Art Centre in Edinburgh. This role involves curating and project-managing a wide range of exhibitions. Her particular interest is in contemporary visual arts and crafts. She works largely in partnership with artists, makers and leading cultural organisations. Recent exhibitions include ‘Peter Randall-Page RA: Works on Paper’ (2017), ‘Making It: Sculpture in Britain 1977-86’ (2016) and ‘William Gear 1915-1997: The painter that Britain forgot’ (2016).
Prior to this Maeve was Assistant Curator: Touring Exhibitions at the City Art Centre where she was responsible for delivering a programme of touring shows from the City Art Centre’s Recognised collection of Scottish art to national venues. She worked closely with partner institutions to ensure that this valuable resource reached as wide an audience as possible.
From 2004 to 2012 Maeve was a panel member on the Edinburgh Visual Arts and Crafts Awards Scheme. Maeve has a BA (Hons) in Textile Art (1999) and an MA in European Fine Art (2000) from Winchester School of Art.