As Digital Officer Alice is responsible for coordinating the production and management of digital content in a variety of media. She oversees the Centre’s institutional website and is responsible for digital audience development. Alice plays a key role in helping to raise the profile and awareness of the organisation, and in finding ways to promote inclusivity and engagement with our resources.
Prior to taking up this role, from 2011 Alice worked for the Public Catalogue Foundation, and became a key proponent of organisation’s transformation in to the vibrant digital resource now known as Art UK. During her time at Art UK she managed the development of the award-winning Art Detective website and launched artuk.org that went on to win a Silver GLAMi award. She also project managed an Arts Council funded “Audience Broadening Initiative” that saw engagement from users from B.A.M.E. backgrounds increase by 136%. At the point of leaving in 2017, she was “Head of Content”, and left to join the Royal Academy of Arts as “Digitisation and Database Co-ordinator”. In that role she has managed the digital imaging and database mapping of 10,000 objects from the RA’s collections.
Alice holds a BSocSci in Social Anthropology from the University of Manchester and an MA in History of Art from Birkbeck, University of London. She also holds a foundation certificate in PRINCE2 project management.