Over seven years at Flint Culture, Alice has worked with a diverse range of clients across the arts, heritage and performance sectors, helping them to tell their stories in a compelling and meaningful way.
Alice has provided strategic communications for major capital developments across the UK, including The Auckland Project in County Durham, The Story Museum in Oxford and Paisley Museum in Scotland. She has also led press campaigns for high-profile public art events, including the mass participation artwork PROCESSIONS celebrating the centenary of women’s suffrage, which was attended by over 50,000 women, and Lumiere, the UK’s leading light art festival.
Alice has worked with a range of commercial clients including Goldsmiths’ Fair, London Art Fair and antiques dealer Kallos Gallery. She also has experience managing international projects, launching the inaugural Pavilion of Pakistan at the Venice Art Biennale 2019 and delivering press for the 2021 opening of H.C Andersen’s House in Denmark.