Dr Daniel Pryde-Jarman is an artist and curator who has taught art and design at a range of UK Universities. He holds Masters degrees in Fine Art and Critical Writing & Curatorial Practice, and completed a practice-based PhD in Curatorial Practice. Pryde-Jarman has been involved in setting up several artist-run spaces, and is currently Director of Meter Room project space & studios, an arts charity in Coventry. His research interests include Institutional Critique, artist-curatorship, and the politics of self-organised artist-led culture.
PhD, Curatorial Practice, Coventry University, 09/2010–09/2013 (expected)
MA Critical Writing & Curatorial Practice, Chelsea College of Art & Design, 2008
PGCE Post-compulsory Education, Art & Design, Northbrook College, 2007
MA Fine Art (Distinction), University of Brighton, 2005
BA Fine Art (First), University of Portsmouth, 2003