Dr Lynne Howarth-Gladston
Dr Lynne Howarth-Gladston is an artist, curator and scholar with a PhD in critical theory from the University of Nottingham. She has exhibited her painting internationally and was lead curator of the exhibition New China/New Art: Contemporary Video from Shanghai and Hangzhou, which was staged at the University of Nottingham’s Djanogly Gallery in 2015. She was also an expert contributor to the BBC4 documentary, Kew’s Forgotten Queen: The Life of Marianne North (2016). Lynne is currently teaching at the University of New South Wales.
Lynne and Paul are members of the Chinese Contemporary Art Tasmania Inc.; Paul acts as an academic advisor and Lynne as an academic and curatorial adviser to CCAT. Prof Gladston and Dr Howarth-Gladston have an established internationally recognized track record of research into contemporary Chinese art and have been closely involved in the curating of ground-breaking exhibitions of contemporary Chinese art. Both were resident in China between 2005 and 2010 and have established lasting connections with the contemporary artworld in mainland China and Hong Kong as well as more widely in Asia.