I'm Georgia.

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I believe in the power of culture to change the world around us.

For the last seven years I have worked for organisations across the cultural sector to deliver nationally acclaimed seasons, creative partnerships and artistic commissions. 

In 2016 I co-founded Kerb Crates, a series of lunchtime talks and performances exploring what the city is for, which ran for four weeks.

I have spoken on the relationship between art and change at the Barbican and for calouste gulbenkian.

I HAVE CHAIRED SOLD OUT EVENTS AT THE SOUTHBANK CENTRE AND london creative network

I have mentored at the roundhouse and at Women of the World Festival, and judged for Debating Matters.

i have facilitated workshops for teenagers at alexandra palace

I have compèred competitions at events for Kerb. Head here to see some chicken-wing competition magic in action.

and i'm now a fellow of the royals society for the arts. 

I am committed to the following principles:

  • Never accepting work that has not been fairly advertised, or where a range of candidates have been considered for the position.

  • Never programming Pudding for venues that don’t have clear, publicly available inclusion strategies, including environmental strategies, in line with the principles of climate justice.

  • Rejecting invitations to speak on panels or at events that are not inclusive.

  • Giving my time for free to any individual wishing to pursue a career in programming, producing or the arts.

  • Refusing to promote opportunities with organisations who do not demonstrate a meaningful commitment to inclusion, including those offering unpaid work experience placements or internships.

  • Declining invitations from organisations for the dreaded free ‘brain pick’

  • Challenging problematic terminology, opinions and positioning in all encounters, both personal and professional, and including my own.

find me in a theatre, a park, or sipping a Shirley Temple. 

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