Lucy Corkish
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Lucy Corkish

Freelance Copywriter, Translator and EditorLondon, United Kingdom
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Lucy Corkish

Freelance Copywriter, Translator and EditorLondon, United Kingdom
About me
Editor at Profile Gallery. Get in touch to write for us!
Projects
  • GROUPCHAT: Digital Arts Initiatives: 2020 and beyond
    GROUPCHAT: Digital Arts Initiatives: 2020 and beyondTo mark one year of Profile Gallery, we are hosting a Groupchat on the topic of Digital Arts Initiatives: from 2020 and beyond. We have invited FOUR other founders of digital arts initiatives to chat with us about all things digital and all things art: � Natasha Alexander, Cofounder and Director of The Socially Distanced Art Project � Jody Mulvey, founder of Sadgrads2020 � George Thom, creator of Groock's Gallery � Vanessa and Martin, founders of DATEAGLE ART � and PG's own Cofounder and Ga
  • Camden Square Community Art Walk
    Camden Square Community Art WalkDuring the closure of museums and galleries, residents of the Camden Square area were invited to display their lockdown artworks to the public for a socially-distanced art walk.
  • Georgia Spray on How to Create an Art Collection Without Breaking the Bank
    Georgia Spray on How to Create an Art Collection Without Breaking the Bankhttps://artshesays.com/georgia-spray-on-how-to-create-an-art-collection-without-breaking-the-bank/
  • Life Drawing Kentish Town
    Life Drawing Kentish TownI organise affordable life drawing classes for all levels around Kentish Town.
  • Undergraduate Final Research Project - The Female Gaze
    Undergraduate Final Research Project - The Female GazeAn extended research project for the final assessment of my undergraduate degree, for which I studied the prevalence and usage of the 'female gaze' in (primarily) French photography. I looked at modernist and contemporary female photographers who had lived or worked in Paris. The 9000-word project was awarded a first.
  • QM Visual Arts Collective 2018 Exhibition
    QM Visual Arts Collective 2018 ExhibitionThe QM Visual Arts Collective 2018 Exhibition will feature works in a variety of media by artists who study across all disciplines at Queen Mary University and Barts and The London. The VAC began in 2014 as a collaboration between the Photography Society and QMTV and, after two successful exhibitions in 2015 and 2016, has been continued by the exhibiting students. Our aim is to showcase the artistic talent of QMBL students. The open call was put out to students in late 2017 and has been answered
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Projects credited in
  • Stack Awards 2019
    Stack Awards 2019Awards Manager
  • Stack Awards 2018
    Stack Awards 2018Celebrating the best of independent publishing
  • RSVP here for Stack Live: Weird Prints - The Book Club Shoreditch, 28 May!
    RSVP here for Stack Live: Weird Prints - The Book Club Shoreditch, 28 May!Four of the strangest, most distinctive magazines we've seen so far this year, talking about why they do the things they do. Join us at The Book Club in Shoreditch on Tuesday 28 May to hear from: The South London Review of Hand Dryers An Illustrated Guide to Bad Trip Advisor Reviews Terrible People Where is the Cool? Click here to RSVP
Work history
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    Gallery AssistantSelf Employed
    London, United KingdomFreelance
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    EditorProfile Gallery
    London, United KingdomPart Time
    Editor of Profile Gallery's blog, Insights. Planning content, commissioning new writers, copy editing, interviewing artists and using the CMS.
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Skills
  • Art Exhibitions
  • Exhibition Organisation
  • Research
  • Content Translation
  • Content Copywriting
  • Frontend Development
  • Editing Copy
  • Fashion History
  • Art History
  • Cataloging
Education
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    MA History of ArtCourtauld Institute of Art
     - London, United Kingdom
    Documenting Fashion: Modernity, Films and Image in America and Europe, 1920-1960 Dissertation: The Self-Fashioning of Tamara de Lempicka Research interests: digital futures, nature and climate, female/feminine gaze, magazines, play Activities: Documenting Fashion blog contributor and Spring Term Co-Editor, Graphic Design and exhibition organisation for The Courtauldian, event coordination for Business of Art Society, Decolonisation Reading Group
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    WordpressSuperHi
     - London, United Kingdom
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