Lorna Rose is a developing arts practitioner whose interests lie in Black contemporary art and questioning the structures and processes that marginalise Black creatives. Lorna is particularly interested in the place and experiences of Black British curators and how the curatorial process can be reimagined. Lorna is currently undertaking a research and development project called ‘Spaces to Speak’, to elevate and profile the voices of Black creatives in Plymouth. Lorna also works at the Royal Albert Memorial Museum in Exeter.
Lorna has a passion for social justice and equity and has extensive experience of working in the voluntary sector, primarily working with and advocating for, adults and young people from marginalised groups.
Listening, laughing and being part of conversations that create change, is integral to who Lorna is.