Beth is an Arts Researcher at ARTIQ, working as part of our arts management team, building relations with artists and responding to client curatorial briefs from both the workplace and hospitality sectors in an informed, creative and thoughtful way.
Beth studied History of Art at the University of Warwick, working part-time during her degree at the Mead Art Gallery in Warwick and as a Learning and Engagement Officer at the Royal Pump Rooms in Leamington Spa. A placement also took her to the Villa Lena Foundation in Italy, working with artists from all over the world on the Foundation’s residency programme. After graduating, Beth worked for leading marketing agency Hogarth Worldwide before joining ARTIQ’s paid internship programme, quickly progressing to a full-time role.
‘Inclusivity in art is very important to me, pushing through barriers and exposing people to art in more unusual environments, outside of galleries and museums. Encountering art in this way helps generate new and interesting connections.’