CCA Team

Christian Noelle Charles, REFLECTIVE JESTER IT'S JUST A FEELING. Photography by Alan Dimmick

Director: Francis McKee
Head of Operations: Ailsa Nazir
Head of Finance: Guillaume Coet

Curator (maternity leave): Sabrina Henry
Associate Curator: Alaya Ang
Programme Development Manager: Kerri Moogan
Projects & Digital Producer: Alex Misick
Programme Coordinator: Annie Hazelwood
Events Manager: Arlene Steven

Communications Manager: Jessie McGoff
Communications Officer: Nat Walpole

Seed Librarian: Rowan Lear
Seed Library Project Officer: Alkmini Gkousiari
Seed Library Artist/Researcher in Residence: Désirée Coral Guerra

Technical Manager: Kenny Christie
Technician: Keir Long
Technician: Siri Black

Administrator: Tie Macbeth
Operations Manager (Building): Jon Young
Gallery Manager: Alan Kean
Duty Managers
Box Office Manager: Clara Bondier

FOH team: Campbell Fraser; Ceylan Hay.
Install team: Connor Cook; Thomas Lindley; Shaun O Donnell; Euan Ogilvie; Darren Rhymes; Kate Theodore.

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CCA Director

Francis McKee is a tutor and research fellow at Glasgow School of Art, working on the development of open source ideologies. From 2005 to 2008 he was also curator of Glasgow International Festival of Contemporary Visual Art.

He has curated many exhibitions including This Peaceful War, The Jumex Collection for the first Glasgow International in 2005; Zenomap (together with Kay Pallister), the presentation of new work from Scotland for the Venice Biennale in 2003; and he was one of the curators invited to contribute in Lyon Biennale 2007. Previously, Francis worked as a historian of medicine for the Wellcome Trust and as Head of Programme at CCA.

For the past fifteen years he has written extensively on the work of artists such as Christine Borland, Willie Docherty, Ross Sinclair, Douglas Gordon, Matthew Barney, Simon Starling, Catherine Yass, Joao Penalva, Kathy Prendergast and Pipilotti Rist. A recent collection of essays has been published and he was one of seven writers to collaborate on a sci-fi novel entitled Philip. Selections of his writing are also available on his website: francismckee.net