Georgia Hall is an emerging contemporary curator based in Bristol. She uses the making and research processes of emerging artists as a tool to demonstrate complex concepts to audiences. Outcomes are often seen through of instructional community-based projects which support and enable the production of new works.
In 2020, Georgia developed and produced Yellowfields, working with designers, artists, curators, art historians and writers to create publications and events. This project utilised critical development and peer-networking as a curatorial method to commission thematic writing about art practice. This project was supported by the Arts Council England and Gane Trust (2019).
Georgia has previously worked for programming teams in galleries and museums including Spike Island and Arnolfini, as well as other roles at Bristol Biennial, g39 and the National Trust. She is a council member of the EarthArt gallery within the School of Earth Sciences, University of Bristol.
Georgia graduated with a first-class in Fine Art specialising in sculpture (2014) and later received a distinction in curatorial practice (2015).