Yellowfields is a curated project built for emerging womxn artists and art professionals. Three thematic projects groups were formed connecting artist research; 'Overburden' looked at how we understand landscapes , 'Production Production', explored labour and maintenance and 'Intuitive Geometries', delved into sculpture made by women. Each project formed a publication designed by Conway and Young and an event supported by three contemporary galleries. The publication features a commissioned text by each artists and an essay by invited topic specialists.
The Earth Art gallery is an initiative led by the Earth Sciences department at the University of Bristol. Selected artists join a six month fellowship programme working with earth sciences scientists to generate and develop a body of work which results in a lecture and public exhibition.
Spike Island is an international contemporary gallery based in Bristol, UK. As Assistant Curator, Georgia worked across the exhibitions, events and education programme (2016-19). Her work included Project Space exhibitions by artists Harriet Bowman and Andrew Mania.
Conversation Pieces is a durational curated project whereby seven artists made new work through an instructional process; each artist invited another artist into the project and made work based on a conversation. The project concluded with a film screening, conversation and exhibition at Test Space, Spike Island. Artists involved: Kamina Walton, Angela Lizon, Jo Lathwood, Caitlin Shephard, Milo Newman, Solveig Settemsdal and Charlie Tweed.