Liz Hughes has worked in the cultural sector for over twenty-five years. She is currently Head of Development for Cambridge Junction, the East of England’s largest arts centre. Immediately prior to this she was Executive Director for the 250-year-old Norfolk & Norwich Festival. As the Capital Project Coordinator for the University of Cambridge’s redevelopment of Kettle’s Yard she supported its transformation up until the opening in 2018. She worked for almost a decade on the London 2012 Games, from bid stage through to closing events. Before moving to Cambridge in 2004, Liz worked for Arts Council England in Westminster and for a specialist arts sponsorship consultancy. She has also been a consultant on a range of cultural and large change projects.

Liz will be speaking as a presenter in the How do we adapt our urban places for 21st Century realities? workshop on Friday 23 June.

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