Charlotte Goodhew is an accredited museum professional with a specialisation in Modern and Contemporary British and European Art. She has managed the Lord’s Portrait Project for over ten years identifying and commissioning artists, as well as managing the process and all aspects of display.
Her current exhibition Evolution of Women’s Cricket for the MCC Museum at Lord’s was described as “brilliantly curated” by The Telegraph. The Evolution exhibition and full conference programme is the starting point for making MCC Collections, displays and narratives more equal and diverse. Beyond collections Charlotte wrote the Museum and Club’s first EDI policy and set-up the diversity committee.
Charlotte’s overseas roles include Assistant Curator at Dallas Museum of Art, Guest Curator at The National Gallery of Namibia and Artist Assistant to the award wining Afro-American Artistic curator Fred Wilson at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection / Venice Biennial.
Charlotte is a trustee for Museum of Wimbledon, Museum Mentor for Arts Council England and sits on the Impact Committee at Soho House. She is also a Life Member of The Royal Geographical Society awarded after undertaking original research surveying Rock Art across Southern Africa before undertaking degrees at St Andrews University.