The Charleston Trust has today announced that Nathaniel Hepburn has been appointed to the position of Director (Chief Executive) of Charleston, succeeding Alistair Burtenshaw after almost 5-years of leadership. We would like to thank Alistair for his tireless efforts in bringing to fruition the long-awaited Centenary Project, and we wish him well in his new role as Director of Watts Gallery Trust in Surrey. Nathaniel will take up his new position in October 2017.
In his three years as Director of Ditchling Museum of Art + Craft, and previous 10 years as Curator of Mascalls Gallery in Kent, Nathaniel Hepburn has established a reputation for programming a diverse range of high-quality exhibitions developing a specialism in Modern British Art. Nathaniel has curated over 50 exhibitions which have been shown at some of the best museums and galleries across the country including Barbara Hepworth: The Hospital Drawings (with The Hepworth Wakefield and Pallant House Gallery), William Gear (with Towner, Eastbourne and City Art Centre, Edinburgh) and Cedric Morris & Christopher Wood (with Norwich Castle Museum and Falmouth Art Gallery). At Ditchling, this has extended beyond exhibitions to include developing the exciting Big Steam Print and The Village of Type programme, introducing a programme of residencies for artists, makers, designers and writers, as well as leading the nine Sussex museums and galleries, including Charleston, in bringing Sussex Modernism to Two Temple Place.
Nathaniel also was the recipient of the ‘Businessperson of the Year’ at the Lewes District Business Awards 2017 last night.
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