Ghislaine Kenyon is a freelance trainer, arts education consultant, curator and author.
After a teaching career she ran Education Programmes at The National Gallery and was then Head of Learning at a Somerset House. She has curated exhibitions such as the highly successful Tell Me a Picture with Quentin Blake, with whom she also curated the re-opening exhibition at the Musée du Petit Palais in Paris. She produces Arts and Health projects in both France and the UK. In addition to training and development work with teachers, she is an Associate Fellow of the King’s Fund, and the NHS Academy for whom she contributes to Leadership programmes. She is a board member of the Artichoke Trust, The House of Illustration, the Museum Prize Trust, and the Friends of The Institut Français de Londres and a governor of Barrow Hill Junior School. She is co-editor of Beyond Britten: The Composer and the Community (Boydell and Brewer, 2015) and her book Quentin Blake: in the Theatre of the Imagination was published by Bloomsbury in 2016.