Kate Gordon is the founder and CEO of London Art Studies. Having produced arts programming for CNN and Carlton, she decided to launch London Art Studies in 2011 which provides educational courses on art for individuals and for corporate events. Kate previously headed up Sotheby’s Public Programmes department. Educated at St Paul’s Girls' School, Amherst College USA and University of Moscow, she has worked in the art world for over 20 years. Kate is a co-Founder of the Association of Women in the Arts and writes about the art world for London’s Evening Standard newspaper. She is a member of Tate Patrons Executive Committee, and an Ambassador for Arts Alliance
Sigrid Kirk is Co-founder of Arts Co, a cultural production agency that creates content, advises on strategy, and produces events across fashion, art, design, film and theatre. A New Zealander with an MA (Hons ) in Art History Kirk moved to the UK 18 years ago to pursue a career in contemporary art. She currently curates Bloomberg’s ‘Waste Not Want It’, an environmental initiative that over the last 5 years has commissioned 40 projects by 37 artists and designers. She is a Trustee of The Drawing Room, on the Development Board of the V&A Museum and the Ikon London Advisory Board.