Gaylene Gould creates spaces for people to connect.


She is an artistic director, writer, broadcaster, facilitator and coach. She conceptualises and designs innovative projects that explore public and private memory and the place they meet. She explores the healing and growth potential of sharing space, stories, ideas and knowledge through her art and coaching practice. She believes the transcendent moments that art and culture creates can change how we are in the world. Her projects have been commissioned by and performed at the Tate, V&A, Moderna Museet Sweden, Arts Catalyst, Vivid Projects, Selfridges and the h club. The Space To Come is her new production company. 


She is also an arts broadcaster for the BBC, a published fiction writer, a cultural reviewer and a Cultural Ambassador for London appointed by Mayor Sadiq Khan. She has been a cultural leader for 25 years heading up major cultural institutions and projects including Head of Cinemas at BFI Southbank and producing, programming and consulting for the Arts Council, Toronto International Film Festival, National Theatre, Young Vic and Bernie Grant Art Centre amongst others





Sitting In Limbo Review - BBC Radio 4 Front Row

Paul Mendez' Rainbow Milk review - BBC Radio 4 Front Row

Weimar and the subversion of Cabaret Culture - BBC Radio 3 Free Thinking

BBC Broadcasting House - BBC Radio 4 The News Review

Front Row - BBC Radio 4 Presenter

The Film Programme - BBC Radio 4 - The Butterfly Effect Touki Bouki 

The Film Programme - BBC Radio 4  9 to 5

The Film Programme - BBC Radio 4 Spike Lee

Get Up Stand Up Now podcast Ep 2 - Somerset House 

Inspirit - BBC Radio London 2:35:51

Modern Day Griots - Radio 4  30 mins doc Presenter


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