Policy and Events Officer
Evy is a recent graduate from the Courtauld Institute of Art where she studied history of art, specialising in Modernist design and architecture and the Constructivist movement. She wrote her final-year dissertation on Park Hill, a Brutalist housing estate in Sheffield. She continues to have an interest in urban regeneration, place making, theories of everyday life and the concept of public space. While she was at the Courtauld, Evy edited the university paper and was an intern at Pace Gallery, London, where she worked on exhibitions including The Calder Prize 2005-2015 and Hoyland, Caro, Noland. She was one of the only state school students at the Courtauld and hails from a small village just outside of Luton, Bedfordshire.