About

Editor

Melissa Budasz studied fine art painting at Camberwell and Norwich Art Schools (1997) and has a studio at Brookmill Studios Deptford, London. Her practice is one of ideas, obsessions, myths, memories. She has curated and exhibited in several large-scale projects, events and exhibitions including a solo show at Conway Hall in Holborn (2017), Broadcasting House for the BBC 100 Women event (2016), University College London Tedex festival (2016), Gerald Moore Gallery (2015) & Dulwich Picture Gallery (2014). For several years she was the Chair of South London Women Artists (SLWA).

 

Co-Editors

Rosie Campbell has a BA in Fine Art. She is an enthusiast for, and collector of women’s art. She was a director and co-proprietor of research & marketing consultancy Campbell Keegan Ltd for 35+ years. She has considerable experience of research around social, cultural and creative industries and has conducted several research commissions for the Arts Council and various other DCMS bodies. She was a member of the steering group who founded the think tank ‘Demos’.

Pia Goddard is a fine art photographer, poet and short story writer. After completing a degree in sculpture at Chelsea and an MA in Fine Art, Architecture & Critical Theory from KIAD in 1994, she worked for many years as a photojournalist and art educator. Her current practice is mainly image and text based, encompassing traditional crafting techniques. Her focuses are the tyranny of objects and the landscapes of transition: physical, emotional and imagined.

Moira Jarvis is an artist and teacher who completed an MA in painting at Wimbledon College of Art (UAL) and now works in one of the Cannizaro Park Studios. A curator for SLWA, her work explores personal and collective histories, with a strong interest in fragile ecologies. Current concerns are waterlands and the peat fens where she grew up, their importance in terms of habitat loss, carbon release and flood defence, intermingled with undercurrents of their liminal associations of life and death.

Laura Moreton-Griffiths likes telling tales. Political stories about love and loss. Her diverse practice calls on autobiographical and cultural memories. Backwards to go forwards. Writing and making art. Drawing, painting, photography, digital collage, film and performance via a cast of characters and objects. She studied at St Martin’s School of Art (1986), Camberwell College of Arts BA (Hons) Painting (2008), and currently the Turps Correspondence Course.