About Flow Contemporary Arts

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Vikki Heywood, Director of RSA: Enriching Britain: Culture, Creativity and Growth

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Consultancy for various organisations on development and project planning

Flow was set up by Carolyn Black, in 2012. Carolyn has been fortunate to have delivered some amazing projects – ExLab on behalf of Big Picture in Dorset for London2012Aeolus with Luke Jerram to Eden Project, Salford Quays and Lyme Park (National Trust); various for Forest of Dean Sculpture Trust; Dialogue in Bristol for Independent Artists Network and many others.

Flow has come out of that practice and commissions artworks that respond to place, yet may also adapt to other contexts. It devises and delivers arts projects for organisations and artists on varying scales, from one-to-one support for an artist to large, multiple-site projects with many partners. Carolyn’s broad portfolio enables her to take a fresh, outsider perspective and identify innovative approaches suitable to individual needs – whether it is finding new solutions or applying tried-and-true methods that have evolved through experience. She is also an award-winning writer and has a penchant for technology.

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Carolyn is an avid user of social media and online tools – her blog reflects on current topics in the art sector and also provides snapshots of her thinking out loud. Follow the blog and/or sign up to her mailing list to keep up to date with Flow activity.

Please respect that the copyright for contents of this blog, and Flow documents, lies with Carolyn Black. All rights reserved.

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