Royal Academy of Arts announces Genesis Future Curators
25 September 2023
The Royal Academy of Arts has announced the first two curators joining the Genesis Future Curators Programme.
Chosen from over 450 applicants, Natasha Fyffe and Gabriel Jamroz will begin 2-year full-time paid positions at the RA this week, with Natasha working in the Exhibitions team and Gabriel in Collections.
After graduating from the University of Leeds with a 1st class honours degree in English and History of Art (BA), Natasha went on to complete an MA in Museum and Art Gallery Studies at the University of Manchester while working at Leeds Art Gallery and Quarry Bank Mill, Cheshire.
Gabriel studied Art History and Curating (BA) at Birkbeck, University of London before working in curation at the Charles Dickens Museum and the Museum of Brands.
John Studzinski, Founder and Chairman of the Genesis Foundation said: “What makes the Royal Academy so unique is its embedded, outstanding culture of mentoring. Rebecca Salter, PRA, a previous winner of the Genesis Foundation Prize, is a mentoring role model in this industry. As Genesis Future Curators, Natasha and Gabriel will benefit from her training and mentoring, working within a visionary organisation.”