Jemima Rellie
March 22-25, 2006
Albuquerque, New Mexico

Speakers: Biography

Jemima Rellie

Head of Digital Programmes
Digital Programmes
SW1P 4RG United Kingdom

Jemima Rellie joined Tate as Head of Digital Programmes in 2001, with responsibility for public-facing digital content, including a bespoke online programme crucial to establishing Tate Online as the fifth Tate gallery and a destination in its own right. She has worked at the interface of new media and contemporary art for 10 years during which time she has gained extensive experience in cross-platform commissioning and new media developments in both commercial and not-for-profit sectors. Jemima speaks and teaches internationally on issues facing museums in the digital age. She is co-curating BlackBox@Arco 2006 and was a judge on the 2005 Rhizome commissions. She sits on the editorial board for CHArt (Computers and the History of Art), the Academic Advisory Committee for the AHRC ICT Methods Network, the programme committee for Museums and the Web and is a trustee of the 24 Hour Museum. Prior to Tate Jemima worked in interactive TV (EC1 Media), internet development (Saltmine Creative), and art book publishing (Phaidon and Macmillans). She has an MA in the social history of art from Leeds University.

Jemima will present Ten Years On: Hopes, Fears, Predictions and Gambles for UK Museums On-line. [Paper]