Sculpture in The City Team (SITC Team)

SITC is delivered by the City of London Corporation in partnership with local businesses. Since the project’s inception in 2010, the City of London has retained Lacuna, a creative projects consultant, to develop the project and provide strategic advice.

Simon Glynn – City of London Corporation – Co-director, Assistant Director of City Public Realm Team – Oversees overall programme, strategy and fundraising

Stella Ioannou – Lacuna – Co-director, Director of Lacuna PR – Oversees the creative aspects of the project, liaising with artists, galleries and various programme partners (including Whitechapel Gallery to deliver Nocturnal Creatures), fundraising and external partnerships as well as, in collaboration with Brunswick Arts, The PR and communication strategy.

Katie Adnams – City of London Corporation – Project Manager -Manages overall project programme, finance and all City compliance.

Anya Obrez – City of London Corporation – Project Support –  Manages communication and outreach programme, artwork approvals, coordination of education, PR and tours.

Maija Kalmane – City of London Corporation – Project Administrator- Supports the team and launch event, oversees all general enquires.

Arts Advisory Group

The Arts Advisory Group reviews and selects artworks from the submissions made from the annual open call and also provide creative and strategic advice. The Arts Advisory Group includes: Jane Alison, Barbican Art Centre; Iwona Blazwick OBE, Director, Whitechapel Gallery; Robert Hiscox, Arts Patron; Whitney Hintz, Hiscox Curator; Wendy Fisher, Collector and Philanthropist; Stephen Feeke, NewArtCentre Roche Court; Andrea Schlieker, Tate Britain; In 2018 we also welcomed guest artist Gavin Turk, who exhibited in Sculpture in the City in 2017.

The Partners Board

From the outset, local businesses have been one of the major driving forces behind Sculpture in the City. The members of the Partner Board are senior executives from the Partner companies and advise on the direction and future development of the project. Their contribution is also vital as advocates of the project within the business community in the Square Mile and beyond.

The Partners Board consists of members from Aon, Aviva, Bloomberg, Beaumont, British Land, Brookfield, CC Land, City of London Corporation, Generali, Hiscox, Nuveen Real Estate, Tenacity, Tower 42, Twenty Two.

The City of London also retains the services of Brunswick Arts, PR and marketing consultants; Aetc, Technical delivery project management team; Mtec, Artwork Transportation, Installation and Handling team; Urban Learners, Education programme consultants; Sally Bowling, Conservator.