Charlie Levine

An independent Curator and Artistic Director, Charlie Levine works between the West Midlands, London and Mumbai. She obtained an MA in Critical and Contextual Art Practices from Birmingham City University (2006) and started her curatorial career as founder and curator of TROVE, an independent art gallery in Birmingham (2009 to 2013). She has since worked on projects with British Museum, Historic England, Crafts Council, Roundhouse, British Library, Central Saint Martins, UCL Culture, Government Art Collection, ITV, Camden Arts Centre, Artangel, National Portrait Gallery, Wellcome Collection, Sluice__ and RIBA

Key current projects: Director of Welcome to Ladyland; Artistic Director of The Show Windows, a public realm project for Coventry City of Culture and Coventry BID; Co-Director and co-founder of SqW:Lab, an international fellowship for creatives in Mumbai; Curator of St. Pancras Wires, a new public art project in St. Pancras Station.

The Pen Museum