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Malcolm has over 20 years’ experience in devising exhibitions, seminars and events. He is the director of Street Level Photoworks, a leading photography arts organisation that provides artists and the public with a range of opportunities to make and engage with photography.
Malcolm co-ordinates a programme which embraces different genres of photography, which is extended through a network of local and community venues, regional art galleries and through national and international partners. He was involved in a number of key artist-driven projects prior to his involvement in photography and has a versatile approach and informed understanding of the challenges faced by creatives in a competitive environment.
Jake has worked with artists as an exhibitions programmer since the 1980s and was part of the team that established the Seagate Gallery and Printmakers’ Workshop. He has managed gallery spaces and public art works across Scotland, commissioning and managing exhibitions from contemporary international artists such as Calum Colvin and David Mach.
In his role as Exhibitions Officer, Jake established and curated the graduate prize at DJCAD - helping early career artists to create new works and their first exhibition. He has worked on projects for Poorboy and National Theatre of Scotland Workshop - creating site specific installations for performance.
Through his work with individual artists, galleries, museum collections and performance companies, Jake has designed, curated and programmed exhibitions for galleries and non-art spaces.
Toby is founding director of The Modern Institute in Glasgow. Established in 1997 as a commercial gallery, The Modern Institute works with over 40 local and international artists.
While running The Modern Institute, Toby founded a second gallery, Roma Roma Roma. He was a committee member at Transmission Gallery, curated shows at the Centre for Contemporary Art and was an associate curator at the Institute of Contemporary Arts.
Toby was also on the selection committee for Frieze London and on the selection committee for Art Basel. He has served on the boards of the Common Guild, Grizedale Arts and Glasgow International.
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