About Curated Place

A blog trying to capture, critique, explain and explore the meeting points of culture, tech, art, places and people in a world that has gone beyond the museum.

Andy Brydon is a curator and creative producer specialising in explorations of contemporary urban cultures that challenge the traditional museum. His hands-on, immersive approach straddles the void between curator, journalist and artist, delving into all aspects of popular culture including music, film, photography and gardening.

He is responsible for the exhibitions Haçienda 25: Fac491, Urban Gardening, HomeGrown: The Story of UK Hip Hop, and Reality Hack: Hidden Manchester with Andrew Brooks.

An expert in creating new exhibition experiences, education programmes, access and evaluation he’s alway’s happy to hear about your projects and where he can help out.

Leave a comment to get in touch or visit our main site at www.curatedplace.com.


4 Responses to “About Curated Place”

  1. mark page July 6, 2010 at 10:56 pm #

    Nice! How you doing? Like this ere blog.

    • Curated Place July 7, 2010 at 11:19 am #

      Thanks Mark. Am I right in thinking you’ve got an opening tomorrow?

      • mark page July 7, 2010 at 2:46 pm #

        Yep, kind of. I did a workshop with CITYCO and it’s the out come of that at The Triangle tomorrow at 6pm. Come and say hello.

  2. Manchester Lab August 22, 2010 at 6:14 am #

    Great idea for a blog!
    Really enjoyed the Homegrown Exhibition @ Urbis
    Good Luck

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