About

Gaylene Gould creates space for personal and collective inquiry through her writing, broadcasting, consultancy and creative engagement projects.

 

She uniquely combines 25 years experience as a facilitator and interdisciplinary curator to design sensitive, interactive environments that allow us to unearth our stories in imaginative ways to inspire greater awareness and connection.

 

Her projects have been commissioned by the Tate, V&A, Clore Leadership, Selfridges, Durham University, Moderna Museet Sweden and BAM, New York amongst others.

Her  inventive learning environments help people build a better relationship with themselves and others. The Space To Come, the company she founded, is a home for much of her work.

She continues to explore the impact of culture on our lives in her fiction and non-fiction writing and as a culture broadcaster for BBC and other media.

 

She is a respected cultural leader and has  headed up major cultural institutions and projects including Head of Cinemas at BFI. She has worked for national and international organisations such as Arts Council England, Toronto International Film Festival, National Theatre, Young Vic and Bernie Grant Art Centre. She was a Cultural Ambassador for London, is a Clore Fellow and on the Artistic Advisory Board for Brixton House, Leeds 2023, the Advisory Board for the Decolonising Arts Institute, University Arts London. She is a Trustee for the magical ANU  Productions.