Chloe is an artist and educator who works with people to develop tools to critically express their views on the way the world works.
For the past 12 years she’s been developing and delivering creative workshops for community groups, schools, young people and families at museums and galleries across London including the British Museum, National Portrait Gallery, Tate Modern, Tate Britain, Sir John Soane’s Museum, Whitechapel Gallery, the National Justice Museum, Camden Arts Centre and London Transport Museum.
Chloe is passionate about promoting social justice through creative practice. In 2016 she co-founded the Relationships and Sex Education programme for Key Stages 3-5 at the British Museum and has contributed to museum conferences on queering museum practice at London Metropolitan Archives in 2016, the University of Applied Sciences, Berlin in 2018, Haus der Kulturen der Welt, Berlin in 2019 and the Bode Museum in Berlin in 2020.
In her studio, Chloe marbles paper, makes zines, does drawings and writes stories that splash about in everyday instances of creative rebellion. She enjoys exhibiting this work around the country at places like The Tetley in Leeds; Tate in St Ives; Catalyst Arts in Belfast; AirSpace in Stoke-on-Trent and Glasgow Museum of Modern Art as well as doing residences in places like the Isle of Sheppey in Kent and Vilnius in Lithuania.
Chloe’s really into collaborating with other artists like composer Jackie Walduck, with whom she makes audiovisual improv performances. Together they are currently researching how multi sensory approaches can increase the wellbeing of adults experiencing mental ill health.
Chloe is joining Fountain Arts after being on the Creative Council of arts charity Create since 2017, where she advises on creative strategy.