Georgina Scott is a curator and project coordinator living and working in Folkestone, UK.
Georgina graduated with her BA (Hons) Fine and Applied Art and French in 2013 and went on to gain her MA in Curatorial Practice at the University for the Creative Arts in 2016. After graduating she worked as the Curator in Residence at the university’s project space in Folkestone, the Brewery Tap, for two years. Georgina now works as Gallery Curator for the University for the Creative Arts Kent campuses and co-managed Folkestone is an Art School in 2018, an 6 week alternative art course, which was supported by the University for the Creative Arts and the Creative Foundation.
Since 2017 Georgina has been assistant curator for Folkestone Fringe. Her primary role for Folkestone Fringe is as the UK emerging curator for the Creative Europe platform MagiC Carpets; an artist exchange platform connecting 13 partners organisations across Europe. Alongside this she assists in programming and running Folkestone Fringe’s festivals and Urban Room Folkestone. Georgina is also the administrator for the Institute for Public Art; an international network of researchers and professionals, whose aims are to research, celebrate and advocate excellence in place-making public art.