Team

Kitty Anderson (she/​her), Director

A photographic portrait, shot on film, of a white woman in her 40s. The woman is sitting on a brown corduroy chair. She has short dark hair and brown eyes and she is wearing a black dress with a round collar. Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams.
Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams

Kitty joined LUX Scotland in 2019. She was previously Curator at The Common Guild, Glasgow, Associate Director of The Modern Institute and Associate Curator of Frieze Projects. Kitty is a visiting lecturer at Glasgow School of Art and was previously a mentor on the MLitt in Curatorial Practice (Contemporary Art). She has contributed to various publications and exhibition catalogues, participated in a number of selection panels, and given talks and presentations at various galleries and museums around the UK.

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Annie Crabtree (they/​them), Project Manager

A photographic portrait, shot on film, of a white femme non-binary person in their early 30s. The photograph was taken on a sunny day and sunshine is coming in through large windows. Annie looks directly at the camera. They have dark brown eyes and long, layered wavy brown hair that frames their face. They are wearing a light denim jacket and a black t-shirt.
Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams

Annie joined LUX Scotland in 2018. They are an artist and researcher based in Glasgow. Annie has done residencies at Hospitalfield and Cove Park, including the Experimental Film and Moving Image Residency in 2019, and has screened work as part of Glasgow International and Alchemy Film and Moving Image Festival. Annie has ten years’ experience of arts administration and project management, working on a wide range of events, exhibitions, participatory projects and public installations. Annie is dedicated to access for artists’ moving image, with a particular interest in embedding creative captioning and audio description as part of the creative process.

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Edward Gwyn Jones (he/​him), Project Manager

A photographic portrait, shot on film, of a white man in his 20s. He has a shaved head which catches the bright afternoon sun coming through the open window behind. He has two thick brown eyebrows and one thick brown moustache. He is wearing a black t-shirt and has a silver hoop earring.
Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams

Edward joined LUX Scotland in 2022. He is an artist based in Glasgow. He graduated with an MFA from Glasgow School of Art in 2021, where he was awarded the Ivan Juritz Prize for Visual Art from King’s College London and the GSA Postgraduate Chair’s medal for Fine Art. He has since undertaken residencies at Cove Park; been a visiting artist at UdK Berlin; and recently presented work for Glasgow Project Room, Radiophrenia, The Pipe Factory and Embassy Gallery. In 2019 – 21, Edward co-founded temporary artist-led space and curatorial collective Soft Spot in Manchester, UK, and has since received curatorial research grants from FilmHub Scotland and ArtFund.

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Eve Smith (she/​her), Learning Programme Manager

A photographic portrait, shot on film, of a white woman in her 40s. The portrait was taken on a sunny day so the white background and whole image is very bright. She has a short fringe and hair tied back in a ponytail and is sitting on a brown corduroy chair. She is wearing a green and white patterned shirt and a denim jacket.
Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams

Eve joined LUX Scotland as Learning Programme Manager in 2017. She is responsible for LUX Scotland’s Learning Programme that supports artists across the country and includes managing our workshops and residential summer school, advice sessions, online learning resources and research bursaries.

Previously, Eve organised the exhibitions and events programme at The Showroom, London (with a focus on new commissions) and worked on the learning programme at Focal Point gallery, Southend-on-Sea. Eve is an exhibition organiser and project manager with over fifteen years of experience in curatorial and project management roles within publicly funded galleries and small-scale visual arts organisations in the UK, including partnership work with European organisations.

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David Upton (he/​him), Public Programme Manager

A photographic portrait, shot on film, of a white man in his 30s. He is sitting on a brown corduroy chair against a white background. He has curly brown hair, a short brown beard and is wearing a dark blue t-shirt. He is looking at the viewer with a slight smile.
Photo by Matthew Arthur Williams.

David joined LUX Scotland in 2018. He previously worked as Assistant Curator and Tour Coordinator with Project Arts Centre, Dublin. David continues to work as a freelance curator through exhibitions, publications and screenings. He has written exhibition reviews for MAP Magazine, Enclave Review, and Collected and has written texts for several artists’ publications. He has been a visiting lecturer at Crawford College of Art and Design, Cork.

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LUX Scotland Advisory Group

LUX Scotland is supported by an Advisory Group of artists and arts professionals from the artists’ moving image sector in Scotland. The Advisory Group provides strategic direction for the organisation and feedback on our programme. The Advisory Group currently comprises:

  • Kirsten Body – curator and programmer, Inverness
  • Myriam Mouflih – curator, programmer and writer, Glasgow
  • Tako Taal – artist and programmer, Glasgow
  • Charlie Prodger – artist, Glasgow
  • Rachael Simpson – artist, organiser and educator, Edinburgh

LUX Board of Trustees

LUX Scotland is a project of LUX, a registered charity and a not-for-profit company limited by guarantee. LUX Scotland is governed by LUX’s Board of Trustees.