Heather Corcoran is an accomplished professional in the arts and technology industry, with a wealth of experience in curating, producing, and directing projects for leading organizations. She holds an MBA from Imperial College London and a bachelor's degree in Fine Arts from Ryerson University.
Corcoran has held several senior roles, including Director of Design and Technology at Kickstarter and Executive Director at Rhizome at the New Museum. She was also Deputy Director at FVU, Curator at FACT, and Contributing Curator at Liverpool Biennial of Contemporary Art Ltd. Additionally, Corcoran worked as a Web Archivist at The African and Asian Visual Artists Archive and as a Producer at both SPACE Studios and InterAccess Electronic Media Arts.
With a unique blend of expertise in art and technology, Corcoran has made valuable contributions to the industry. She has overseen several successful projects and shows, leveraging her skills in digital media, design, and creative direction. Her work has garnered critical acclaim and recognition from peers in the field, cementing her position as an authority in the arts and technology arena.