MiAL 2017 Selection Panel: Introducing Hannah Pierce
Open to all University of the Arts London students and recent graduates, MiAL represents a fantastically diverse range of work including fine art, illustration, photography, fashion, homeware, video, performance, sculpture, installation and more! With each new collection we welcome around 40 new artists to join MiAL, with work launched online as part of the new collection.
Each collection is chosen by a panel of industry experts. The panel look through all submissions and provide feedback to everyone, which means that even if work isn’t selected applicants receive helpful guidance as to why.
The panel changes with each collection, which leads us nicely into our exciting news that the second panel member for the MiAL 2017 Collection is Hannah Pierce!
Hannah Pierce is the National Trust’s Contemporary Arts Programme Manager for the North and is currently delivering the Trust New Art programme at 10 National Trust places in the region. The programme creates opportunities for multi-disciplinary residencies and commissions that offer artists unprecedented access to National Trust places as sites to inspire and present new artwork. Recent projects include commissions by Karen Guthrie, Mat Collishaw, Liz West, Alice May Williams and Freya Pocklington.
Prior to this Hannah has held commissioning and programme roles at Jerwood Visual Arts, London, Ceri Hand Gallery, London and Liverpool Biennial as well as undertaking independent research and curatorial work.
Hannah has a Masters of Research on the subject of ‘experimental curatorial models for supporting emerging contemporary artists’ and a Fine Art Degree from Liverpool John Moores University. She is currently living in Manchester and working across the North of England.