Bella Helms or Isabella Helms, a volunteer Digital Curator at Agora Digital Art

Isabella has obtained her BA History of Art and Design in 2019. She just finished her MA in History of Art and Museum Curating at the University of Sussex.
Her focus for her studies is on feminist and queer curatorship, looking at the way museums and galleries can be more inclusive to all. Currently, available for curatorial work.
Isabella is excited to be joining the team at Agora as she is passionate about helping to provide a platform for people of all ages and backgrounds to enjoy art.
Isabella is a Freelance Curator and available to work on exciting projects.

Agora #2: Mothers in Digital Art – Wednesday Kim and Flavia Visconte

Beyond the romanticised idea of (m)otherhood, does this "condition" changed with the symbiosis of technology and the artist's life? [...]

Carla Gannis’ Cabinet of Curiosities

On the 14th of April, Agora will explore digital artist Carla Gannis’s most recent project, which reimagines the archival [...]

The Immersive Kind: A Space for Emerging Interdisciplinary Digital Artists with an X-factor

Many have tried to create an artistic community that welcomes non-binary and emerging artists. UK-based, global collective The Immersive [...]

2021-06-06T15:58:35+01:0024 January 2021|3D, Agora Talks, Animation Art, Art and Technology, Augmented Reality, Digital Art, LGBTQIA+, Mixed Reality, Virtual Reality|Comments Off on The Immersive Kind: A Space for Emerging Interdisciplinary Digital Artists with an X-factor

Claudia Hart Talk: How Her Latest Digital Art Exhibition Got Meta

While today’s reality is bound to four walls for most of us, digital art offers us endless ways to [...]

2021-04-19T00:06:23+01:0010 December 2020|Agora Talks, Digital Art, New Media Art|Comments Off on Claudia Hart Talk: How Her Latest Digital Art Exhibition Got Meta

(M)otherhood: Online, Offline and in Lockdown

Benigson uses the terms “Fattening” and “flattening” are words that we can physically feel on our fingertips.  As something [...]

2021-04-24T04:24:59+01:0017 July 2020|Agora Talks, Digital Art, Feminism, Performance|Comments Off on (M)otherhood: Online, Offline and in Lockdown
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