The curatorial team have three distinct areas of responsibility – Collections, Contemporary art and Experiences. We welcome your suggestions and we are always open to ideas about what should be happening here. Please note that both the experiences and collections curator roles are part time, so please be patient if you don’t receive a response immediately.
Seran has worked in conservation, sustainability, gardening and mental health, she has experience of running projects and organizing events, she is a writer and a mother of two. She was born and raised in Llanfrothen, and is the great-granddaughter of Clough and Amabel Williams-Ellis. She is very proud to be part of the curatorial team that preserves and promotes the family's heritage, and to be able to work in this very special community.
Phone: 01766 770590
Sian is an artist; a painter and sculptor. Within her practice she has worked with many groups including youngsters and adults with mental health difficulties. She has teaching experience and has organised various charity art events. Sian finds her own work is enriched by her curatorial role, and she is excited by the exchange of ideas that occurs between artist and curator when preparing for a show. She relishes the contrast between time at home in the studo and the more outgoing approach needed at Brondanw.
She is a mother and grandmother who was born, raised and has lived most of her life in the Croesor valley. She is very excited to be part of this artistic creative team
Phone: 01766 770590
Rachel Hunt worked for the National Trust for 22 years, the last fifteen as House and Collections manager at Cotehele House in Cornwall. A childhood passion for Portmeirion Village brought her here on sabbatical in 2017, and she decided to stay (with a little help from her employers). She divides her time between Portmeirion Village and the Susan Williams-Ellis Foundation at Plas Brondanw.
Phone: 07891 484332