Elizabeth Graham studied Fine Art at Chelsea College of Art and Design, graduating in 2009. She is a curator and educator based between London and Amsterdam. She currently works as Assistant Projects Curator at The Serpentine Galleries and at UP Projects (curating a range of public art projects, including an artist working group focusing on investigating forms of solidarity, support and alliance). In 2015 – 2016 Elizabeth worked in the exhibitions team at Arnolfini Gallery as an Assistant Curator, working on projects such as Moving Targets, which explored DIY and punk outside of the dominant male, mono-racial narrative, and looked towards overlooked and under-archived groups, approaches and practices. From 2011 – 2014 Elizabeth worked as an Assistant Curator in the Tate Learning department across both Tate Britain and Modern, on programmes such as “Artist-in-Residence Workshop, The Tanks: Art in Action and Common Projects”. Alongside her work at Tate, she has also worked extensively as a researcher for the education department at the South London Gallery and supported the young people’s group Art Assassins.
At the Master Education in Arts, Elizabeth Graham is co-tutor in the Self-Directed Research programme.