Photograph by Yiannis Katsaris
About me

Georgia Hall is the curator of Yellowfields and supports the EarthArt Gallery initiative at the University of Bristol by writing archival artist publications.

From 2016-19, Georgia was Assistant Curator at the international gallery Spike Island, working on the exhibitions, public events programme, educational programme and books and editions. Georgia worked on exhibitions with artists including, Lubaina Himid, Iman Issa, Mai-Thu Perret, Sriwhana Spong, Kim Yong-Ik and Alex Cecchetti. She curated the Project Space exhibitions by Harriet Bowman and Andrew Mania.

Her experience in the arts has been acquired by working with organisations such as, Spike Island, the Arnolfini, Bristol Biennial and the National Trust. Working with other institutions or on grassroots projects such as; RUNG magazine, EBC, UWE, g39, RWCMD, Engage, Artsmark and Rising Arts Agency, has influenced and informed her curatorial knowledge and approach. Georgia graduated with a first class in Fine Art sculpture in 2014 and received a distinction for a curatorial masters in 2015.

In 2019, she was generously supported by the Arts Council England and Gane Trust.


  • Bristol, London, UK