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Meet the Team: Jeremy Jeresky, Curator, Public Programs and Learning

Updated: May 31, 2022

"The best part of my job, is that every day I get to see the difference that the Arts are making in people's lives" - Jeremy Jeresky



Meet Jeremy Jeresky


Jeremy Jeresky has a background in visual arts, public art, and community arts practices. As Curator, Public Programs & Learning, Jeremy works with the arts community and many other communities to create conditions for the arts to flourish and be accessible for everyone.


"The best part of my job, is that every day I get to see the difference that the Arts are making in people's lives" - Jeremy Jeresky


 

Ask Me Anything - with Jeremy Jeresky


Who is someone you admire and why? I admire my partner Katie because she is dedicated to important causes, powerfully strong, very compassionate, and meekly wise. She is my teacher in life.

Do you have any skills or talents that most people don’t know about? If I concentrate really hard then I can turn myself invisible as long as everyone around me closes their eyes. What can I say, I didn’t ask for this gift, I was born with it.

What do you think are your best skills that you bring to your job? At the London Arts Council, we are not solving existential problems that face society - we are not solving the affordable housing crisis, or the opioid crisis. We are not solving world hunger or climate change. But we are making a real difference in the lives of artists and non-artists in London. I have seen, firsthand, more times than I can count, the London Arts Council bring joy, happiness, and a sense of positive meaning and accomplishment to all kinds of Londoners from all kinds of backgrounds - artists and audiences alike. I have seen the LAC work with hundreds of people and organizations to connect Londoners together in a shared humanity based on our innate horizon of creativity, love and the unknown. The many experiences that I have had with the London Arts Council has given me a deep sense of meaning and satisfaction and instills in me a deeper desire to continue serving London's artists and audiences.



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