Karishma Rafferty is Curator, Public Programmes at Somerset House, which she joined in 2013 and where she has worked on a broad range of projects across the cultural programme including festivals, installations and talks. Highlights have included programming for the annual Pick Me Up Graphic Arts Festival (2013-16) and collaborating with King’s College London and The Courtauld Institute of Art on a year-long programme of activity called Utopia 2016: A Year of Imagination and Possibility. Prior to her work for Somerset House, she was an independent design curator with a specific interest in graphic design and socially engaged design. She began her career as a graphic designer working mainly on editorial projects for Phaidon Press, Royal Society of Arts and a number well known design studios and magazines.
Events featuring this speaker
Making the City Playable delegates will meet the 15 city change makers from the new global talent development programme Creative Producers International and participate in a series of playful interventions across the city.