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I started my career by curating Scotland's first exhibition of contemporary Iraqi art. That was in 2009 when I was fresh out of undergrad. In the years that followed I worked as a curator at the Horniman Museum and Gardens on their multimillion pound world cultures gallery. Recently I've broadened my curatorial experience at the University of Cambridge’s Museum of Archaeology and Anthropology, taking in disciplines as diverse as zoology, history of science, and archaeology. As well as realising physical exhibitions I'm interested in the creative opportunities which emerge when curatorial practice spills over into event programming and digital content.

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