Emily Pringle

Emily Pringle trained as a painter and has worked in the field of gallery education for 20 years, as an artist educator, gallery education co-ordinator, writer, researcher and teacher. She has a particular interest in the role of the artist in learning contexts and has worked with colleagues in the UK and internationally to examine artistic and educational practice. Her publications include We did Stir Things up: The Role of Artists in Sites for Learning (2002) and ‘What’s With the Artist? Researching Practice with Visual Arts Practitioners’ in Researching Creative Learning Methods and Issues (2011). She is currently the Head of Learning Practice, Research and Policy at Tate. (Updated 2011)