New Ashgate Gallery champions the best of contemporary art and craft providing an unparalleled resource in Farnham, Surrey and beyond
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Outi Remes, Gallery Director
Together with the trustees, Outi leads the service, strategic direction and organisational objectives of the Gallery as the educational charity. She has more than fifteen years of experience of the sector; before joining the team at the New Ashgate Gallery, she worked as the Head of Exhibitions at South Hill Park Arts Centre, Berkshire.
Outi was awarded a PhD from the University of Reading and she has also lectured and worked for Richmond American International University in London, Birkbeck College, the University of London, the University of Reading and the Randolph Macon Woman's College, Reading. She is a steering committee member of the Museums and Exhibitions Group and the Association for Art History. Outi is the editor of three art books: 'Conspiracy Dwellings: Surveillance in Contemporary Art' (with Pam Skelton), 'Performativity in the Gallery: Staging Interactive Encounters' (with Laura MacCulloch & Marika Leino) and 'Crossing Borders: Translation and Nostalgia in Contemporary Art' (with Ming Turner).
Amy Bolton, Art Consultant: Ceramics & Cards
Amy joined the New Ashgate Gallery in December 2019. With over five years’ experience working in the art world, she leads the curation of ceramic craft collections.
Previously, Amy worked at Sotheby’s in Sydney and in the African and Oceanic Art department in London for three and a half years and has experience working for an Australian Gallery and Art dealer.
Amy graduated from Newcastle University in 2014 with First Class honours in Art History and English Literature and prior to that obtained a Foundation Diploma in Fine Art.
At the New Ashgate Gallery, Amy focuses on delivering a programme of exciting ceramic makers, introducing new artists to the gallery and working with well-known makers to help curate a rounded craft collection.
Nicola joined the New Ashgate Gallery in December 2019. With eight years of experience within the creative industries, she leads the curation of glass and textiles craft collections and is responsible for the development of the Ashgate Angels scheme.
Nicola has extensive project management experience. In 2016, she supported artists Mary Branson and Adam Aaronson to produce ‘New Dawn’, a permanent art installation situated in Westminster. More recently, she implemented digital solutions and blended approaches for delivering a series of community activities during the 2020 lockdown to provide high-quality craft provision for the local community.
Nicola graduated from De Montfort University in 2013 with a BA (Hons) in Design Crafts, focusing on glass as her main specialism, and possesses an MA in Cultural and Arts Management with Distinction from the University of Winchester.
Emily Cranny, Art Consultant: Jewellery | Gallery Administrator: Head of Stock
Vicky Rowsell, Bookkeeper
Vicky joined the gallery in 2016, Vicky has spent many years bookkeeping working and still works within the construction industry, now also working for the New Ashgate Gallery. Vicky says working for the gallery although challenging and very busy at times has made a very pleasant and welcome change to the very different challenges of the construction industry.
Find about about this platform for any individual wanting to gain experience working in the creative sector. We are always looking for enthusiastic gallery volunteers who wish to either support a local arts organisation and/or gain experience.