Nicola Bunbury BA MA (Contemporary Art Theory)
Nicola Bunbury has over ten years experience working in learning and management within the visual arts. In her current role she provides full support to the Director of Learning at Tate, and works closely with all departments in the Tate Modern and Tate Britain teams.
Previous roles and responsibilities at Tate Modern included assisting in the logistical organisation of events and conferences at Tate Modern including Andy Warhol’s Silver Factory, a multi-media event which took place at the Scala, King’s Cross, London in 2002. And the co-ordination of a strategy along with the Head of Department of a Tate Wide Learning Strategy for 2005-2008. This three year plan launched two initiatives aimed at reaching new audiences, sharing expertise between the sites and working together to improve the quality and effectiveness of programme strands developed by
Tate’s Learning teams.
Advocacy responsibilities include representing Tate’s Learning programme to external organisations, organising meetings with other local, national and international colleagues to develop networks and relationships, preparing and forwarding reports on programme activities to key partners and liaising closely with internal Director’s and Chief Curator’s offices.