Helen Voce is an independent project manager, event and programme producer in the creative industries working locally, nationally, internationally and voluntarily. She designs, facilitates and produces opportunities, initiatives and spaces in which creative practitioners, microbusinesses, projects and organisations can realise their full creative potential. Working and studying in the creative industries since 1995, Helen’s professional specialism and personal interest is contemporary craft and design.
Amongst other things, Helen is a mentor on the Crafts Council’s, Hothouse development programme for emerging makers and Creative Scotland / Glasgow Life Craft Makers Award, a Producer at Cove Park, Scotland’s international artists residency centre and a facilitator on the Small is Beautiful Tanween Design Programme at Tashkeel, Dubai.
Helen has previously worked for Cultural Enterprise Office, the Victoria & Albert Museum and Dumfries & Galloway Council, which included delivery of Spring Fling, Scotland’s Premier Arts & Crafts Open Studios Event.
Helen is a postgraduate of the Royal College of Art / Victoria & Albert Museum with an MA in the History of Design: Design and Material Culture, 1650 to present, and has a BA Three Dimensional Design from Plymouth University.