Born in Aberdeen, Rachel Grant’s curatorial practice has developed through projects such as ‘Freed Market: How do we feed ourselves?’ (2015) and ‘Community Forage’ (2016 – ongoing). She has also participated in curatorial development workshops such as Grand Union’s ‘Curatorial Curriculum’ (2017). During this time, she has taught on an ad hoc basis on the Contemporary Art Practice undergraduate course at Grays School of Art.
She is currently studying for a Masters in Curatorial Practices at Gray’s School of Art. Her practice focuses on working with and within the city of Aberdeen, with a particular interest in social – political areas of research. Up and coming projects include a collaborative series of events, ‘The Air We Breath’. Torry, (2018).