Katharine Stout has been Head of Programme at the Institute of Contemporary Arts since 2013. Previously she was Curator of Contemporary Art at Tate Britain from 1999 to 2013, where she curated numerous commissions, exhibitions and collections displays. In 2001, she co-founded the Drawing Room with Mary Doyle and Kate MacFarlane, now internationally recognised as the major European non-profit organisation for contemporary drawing. Prior to Tate she was the contemporary art consultant at the National Maritime Museum, Greenwich, where she inaugurated the contemporary art programme, she was also the Director of The Tannery, London in the late 1990s. She studied at the Courtauld Institute, University of London, and the Royal College of Art, London. She has written numerous texts on contemporary British and international art. Her book, Contemporary Drawing: 1960s to now was published by Tate in Autumn 2014.
Catherine Morris is the Sackler Family Curator of the Elizabeth A. Sackler Center for Feminist Art at the Brooklyn Museum where, since 2009, she has curated numerous exhibitions including 'Materializing Six Years: Lucy R. Lippard and the Emergence of Conceptual Art' (co-curated with Vincent Bonin); and 'Judith Scott-Bound and Unbound' (co-curated with Matthew Higgs). She has worked on curatorial projects with Judy Chicago, Zanele Muholi, Suzanne Lacy, Matthew Buckingham, Lorna Simpson, Kiki Smith and Rachel Kneebone. Previously an independent curator, Morris organised, among other projects, 'Decoys, Complexes and Triggers: Women and Land Art in the 1970s' at SculptureCenter, Long Island City, New York; '9 Evenings Reconsidered: Art, Theatre and Engineering, 1966' for the List Visual Arts Center, MIT, Cambridge, Massachusetts; and two exhibitions, 'Gloria: Another Look at Feminist Art of the 1970s' and 'Food' at White Columns, New York.