Emma Quinn

Director

  • LevelSenior
  • LocationLondon, United Kingdom
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  • ProfessionsContent Curator - Project Manager - Consultant
  • Pip Jamieson
  • Francis Lane
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About me

Working with arts and technology. Programme and project management of art and technology projects. Consultancy on the use of technology in the arts. Support with funding applications for arts projects. With 20 years experience in the field, working in commercial, not-for-profit, arts and philanthropy, I can help your organisation fulfil it's ambition to reach wider audiences and potentially increase income.

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Skills

  • Virtual Reality
  • Augmented Reality
  • Art
  • Curation
  • Arts Education
  • Management
  • Philanthropy
  • Communication Presentation
  • CMS Systems
  • Database Administration

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  • Google

    Google

    • Technology
  • Nesta

    Nesta

    • Digital Media
  • K

    Knowledge Transfer Network

    Work history

    2018

    Project Manager

    Google

    Jul 2016 - Jun 2018
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Freelance
    • Working with arts organisations around the world to create Virtual Reality and Augmented Reality experiences for the classroom, using Google platforms.

    2016

    Secretary to the Creative Industries Council

    Knowledge Transfer Network

    Aug 2015 - Apr 2016
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Freelance
    • Seconded onto the Creative Industries Council; a government facing body that promotes the needs of the creative industries to inform government policy. Working with the CIC Chair and DCMS team; organising quarterly meetings; writing agendas; co-ordinating the five year plan with the council and sub groups.

    2015

    Programme Manager Digital R&D Fund for the Arts

    Nesta

    Apr 2013 - Jul 2015
    • London, United Kingdom
    • Full Time
    • Running the £7million pound fund. Working with the AHRC and Arts Council England to support over 70 projects investigating the potential for digital technologies to increase audience reach and/or increase income.