Creative collaboration - empowering people
Boseda Olawoye is a Nottingham (UK) based Freelance Creative Engagement Manager, Curator & Consultant working locally and nationally. She has managed innovative participatory arts projects developed with young people, diverse communities and under represented groups. Her approach to engagement is “creative collaboration” empowering people to use the arts as a tool to explore race, identity and political issues.
She has previously worked for The Bonington Gallery at Nottingham Trent University, Nottingham Contemporary, Tate Modern London, Backlit Gallery/Artist Studios, New Art Exchange and Threshold Studios (UK).
As a freelancer she has worked for Goldsmiths & Birkbeck University of London, Mark Devereux Projects Manchester, idle women Lancashire, Nottingham University. She initiates, fundraises and manages for her own creative community-led projects and events.