Caroline Worthington, Director
Caroline has worked with artists throughout her career as a curator. She brings a wealth of experience gained while leading two independent, non-profit organisations. As Chief Executive of Bexley Heritage Trust for six years, she ran two historic houses and introduced a contemporary art programme, featuring the work of artists including Gavin Turk, Laura Ford, and Joana Vasconcelos among others. Prior to that she was the Director of the Florence Nightingale Museum on London’s South Bank, where she raised funds and oversaw a complete redesign and re-launch in 2010.
Caroline became Vice Chair of the Association of Independent Museums (AIM) in 2020.
Abigail Day, Volunteer Coordinator
Abigail joins the Society from Cass Sculpture Foundation where she was the Volunteer Coordinator. She has wide experience in the arts, including working for The Lightbox in Woking, Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth and the New Art Centre at Roche Court.
Works Thurs/ Fri
Lorraine Pajak, Awards and Events Manager
Lorraine has a background in commercial galleries, museums and arts membership organisations. Her experience includes managing an art libraries society based at the National Art Library, Victoria & Albert Museum. Lorraine holds a BA (Hons) in History and Theory of Art and an MA in Arts Policy and Management.
Lorraine became a Trustee of the Belvedere Community Centre in 2020.
Alex Hugo, Exhibitions Co-ordinator
With a background in theatre, arts and cultural heritage, Alex has gained a broad experience in the planning, development, administration and management of projects, exhibitions, buildings and teams across a variety of galleries, museums, parks and heritage sites . She has curated exhibitions of contemporary visual, applied and public art and managed public art collections across England and Wales.
Peter Boyse, Head of Finance
Peter has worked in finance for over twenty years, focusing principally on charities and small businesses. His experience ranges from a museum and theatre company to a music school and independent record company. Peter works part-time for the Society, spending the rest of the week with two other organisations.
Works Wed/ Fri
Rosamund Lily West, Paul Mellon Research Curator
Rosamund has a background in museum collections, public engagement and academic research. She is currently doing a part-time PhD at Kingston University on the post-war London County Council’s housing and public art, and also works as Documentary Curator at the London Transport Museum. She is also a mentor for the charity Arts Emergency. Rosamund is leading our project to celebrate the lives, careers and legacies of the pioneering women at the heart of the Society.