- Great read from @MAP_magazine focusing on Jamie Crewe's recent "Pastoral Drama" exhibition @GlasgowTramway https://t.co/FY6C9Uqvvz
- JOB OPPORTUNITY: @EdArtFest are seeking a Development Officer to support the successful delivery of the festival pr… https://t.co/x4WkwNvtZi
- SCAN members @my_book_case have developed an exciting new project connecting readers and independent publishers aro… https://t.co/RNLcq1k0al
Browse content by theme:
Emma Nicolson is Director of ATLAS Arts based on Isle of Skye and has a commitment to contemporary arts practice particularly that which explores a multidisciplinary approach and engages collaboratively with the community. Between 2014-2016 she was also guest curator at Taigh Chearsabhagh Museum and Arts Centre her programming demonstrates an ongoing commitment to social practice and fascination with creating dynamic and meaningful contexts that bring audiences, art and artists together.
Emma has been actively involved in the arts for over twenty years and has worked with leading cultural institutions in Scotland, England, Ireland and, most recently, Australia.
Emma moved to Skye from the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney, where she was a Senior Manager for three years, working on an ambitious international programme of contemporary art. For the past two years she has been on the selection panel for the Margaret Tait film award and is currently on the boards of the CCA, Glasgow and SCAN, Scottish Contemporary Art Network.