Georgina Johnson

Creative Director
Artist
Curator

Georgina Johnson is a multi-disciplinary artist, curator and designer. She is the founder of Laundry Arts, a network of creative practitioners which centres the experience of women + POC artists. The platform focuses on collaboration and curation, disrupting arts education and presenting new ways of engaging with contemporary artists and their work.

Working across curation, film direction, creative direction, production and public programming, Johnson's work explores black legacy, memory and the black British experience. Johnson has worked with cultural institutions including the V&A, Now Gallery, the Photographers' Gallery, the Mosaic Rooms and Tate, and with brands such as Nike Women, Ace & Tate and Urban Outfitters.

Her debut book, The Slow Grind: Finding Our Way Back to Creative Balance, was published in 2020.

Georgina Johnson is a multi-disciplinary artist, curator and designer. She is the founder of Laundry Arts, a network of creative practitioners which centres the experience of women + POC artists. The platform focuses on collaboration and curation, disrupting arts education and presenting new ways of engaging with contemporary artists and their work.

Working across curation, film direction, creative direction, production and public programming, Johnson's work explores black legacy, memory and the black British experience. Johnson has worked with cultural institutions including the V&A, Now Gallery, the Photographers' Gallery, the Mosaic Rooms and Tate, and with brands such as Nike Women, Ace & Tate and Urban Outfitters.

Her debut book, The Slow Grind: Finding Our Way Back to Creative Balance, was published in 2020.

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