WHO MAKES EMPATHY MUSEUM?

Empathy Museum’s exhibits are conceived by Clare Patey, an award-winning artist and curator who devises participatory installations, performances and exhibitions. She also created the Museum Of, The Ministry of Trying to Do Something About It and Feast on the Bridge for the Thames Festival.

AND SHE'S HELPED BY A SMALL TEAM



RACHEL BRISCOE

An artist producer, trained theatre director and playwright, Rachel is Empathy Museum’s Executive Producer. She’s also creative director of fanSHEN, which she has co-led for over ten years, working as lead artist/ producer on all projects.

ANIA OBOLEWICZ

Empathy Museum is produced by Artsadmin, and Ania is our Artists Producer there. Her work includes project management, international touring and festival producing for theatre, dance, live art, participatory art and cross-disciplinary projects.

AL PRIMROSE

A producer of things online and offline (including but not limited to: art shows, printed publications, videos, social media fodder, pointless GIFs, underwhelming food and terrible poetry), Al is the museum's Assistant Producer.

AS WELL AS PROJECT MANAGERS



TIPHAINE TAILLEUX

A creative producer and facilitator with over ten years' experience in Applied Theatre, Tiphaine produced both the Migration and the Health and Social Care versions of A Mile in My Shoes.

GEORGIA KEELING

An artist and printmaker, Georgia wrote her MA research paper on the role of temporary public art in cities. She works at the Empathy Museum as Project Assistant for A Mile in My Shoes.

JAMES MORTON

A facilitator, playwright and theatre director, James has facilitated A Mile in My Shoes in London, Manchester, Durham and Glasgow. He is currently on attachment at the Royal Court Theatre as a Young Agitator.

AND MANY COLLABORATORS




Anthony Williams (Beyond Surface)

Billy Kiosoglou (Brighten the Corners)

Cathy Wren































...as well as our lovely librarian Esther Coles.

EMPATHY MUSEUM IS GUIDED BY ITS BOARD



LORRAINE GAMMAN

Design activist, professor and the founder of CSM’s Design Against Crime Research Centre.

MORTEN KRINGELBACH

Professor of neuroscience at the Universities of Oxford and Aarhus, studying pleasure and eudaimonia.

ROMAN KRZNARIC (Chair)

Founder of Empathy Museum, writer, social philosopher and expert on empathy.



ERIC LONERGAN

Macro hedge fund manager, economist, and writer.

RICHARD RAWORTH

Businessman and former trustee of Arthritis Research UK and the National Garden Scheme.

KITTY ROSS

Producer and event director with a background in large-scale participatory projects.

AND PRODUCED BY

Artsadmin enables artists to create without boundaries, producing bold, interdisciplinary work to share with local, national and international audiences. Everything Artsadmin do is underpinned by their core values: sustainable, collaborative, bold.