Bronwyn is an urban planner and an experienced gallery director.
She works across a wide range of capital, research and evaluation projects at BOP. Bronwyn’s recent projects include project managing an evaluation of the UK-wide museums workforce for Arts Council England, which took a close look at the skills, attitudes and behaviours of the workforce. Bronwyn has also worked with the National Gallery in London to take a close look at their visitor behaviours and opportunities for further income generation, and is coordinating the 2015 economic, social and cultural impact study for the twelve leading Festivals in Edinburgh.
She has a particular interest in regeneration projects and worked on a business case for the redevelopment of the Paisley Museum for Renfrewshire Council, a feasibility study for the Morpeth Chantry, a feasibility study for a new Paisley Theatre, Cinema and Learning hub, as well as contributing to an impact study for the Old Royal High School on Edinburgh’s Calton Hill. Current projects include a full business case for the renewal of Pitlochry Festival Theatre and a feasibility study for a new Art Park in Wolverhampton.
Previously she was Director of Modern Fuel Artist Run Centre in Canada and played a role in the creation of the Tett Centre for Creativity and Learning, an arts cluster in a refurbished heritage building in Canada.
Bronwyn holds a MSc in Urban and Regional Planning from the University of Stockholm, Sweden and has worked as a city planner in Canada.