Pacheanne Anderson is a published writer, curator and creative consultant who has just completed studying an MSc in Art, Law & Business at Christie's Education. Their practice prioritises the voice and careers of queer, Black, POC & British artists.
He has just been appointed curatorial director at The Ledward Centre with arts organisation SEAS Brighton, in addition to running an Arts & Culture programme with Soho House & Friends called Art in* that highlights black British creative talent.
He has worked multiple diverse roles in the creative industry and has applicable knowledge of client and artist liaison, sales management and content writing. He runs a part-time advisory to bring his practical knowledge and experience of the artworld together with their theoretical education to facilitate artists’ careers.
They are also working on various solo and group shows for their artists throughout the year alongside various partners including Zari Gallery London and have worked with institutions such as Tate, Thorp Stavri, Whitechapel Gallery, Black Blossoms Online and Christie’s Education on various curatorial projects, talks and lectures.
You can find more of their work via the links below.
Social media: @pacheanneanderson