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Judith Liddle is a curator, gallerist and project manager. Judith has worked with Edinburgh Printmakers for 3 years, and co-curates their core in-house exhibitions programme, and is responsible for their public artworks programme and offsite exhibitions and activities. Having spent most of her professional career working between Glasgow, Edinburgh, and Milan, Judith has previously written a regular column on contemporary art for Benvenuto Magazine, has sat on the managing committee of David Dale Gallery and Studios and has established an art facility in North Lanarkshire for elderly people with additional needs. She has worked closely with the Sorcha Dallas Foundation, Telfner Gallery, The Six Foot Gallery, Transmission Gallery, Glasgow International Festival, Edinburgh Arts Festival and Arte Fiera, Bologne. Judith Liddle graduated from Glasgow School of Art, winning an award of Distinction from the Forum for Critical Enquiry for her thesis “A User’s Guide to Kitsch: As(h)tray in an Ocean of Sentiments and Conventions”.