Liverpool Biennial appoints Learning and Inclusion Programme Manager
Liverpool Biennial has announced the appointment of Judy Thomas to the key post of Learning and Inclusion Programme Manager. Judy is currently Acting Head of Education and Public Programme at Baltic Centre for Contemporary Art in Gateshead where she has worked since 2002. At Liverpool Biennial, she replaces Sharon Paulger who has taken up the post of Director of Inter-Action MK, a community arts charity in Milton Keynes.
Liverpool Biennial has achieved extraordinary growth in the last six years, not least though its Learning and Inclusion Programme’s committed delivery of educational objectives through a year round programme of activities and the festival programme; working with communities, formal education networks and visitors.
Judy, who will take up her post on 16 April said: “I am absolutely delighted to join the Biennial team and to be moving to Liverpool at such an exciting time. This position creates an opportunity to work across all the areas I feel most passionate about – engaging people with a dynamic programme of contemporary art. 2008 promises to be a full, inspiring and unique year for the city. I feel very privileged to be appointed and I am looking forward to being part of it.