Roisin Coleman

As a Research Executive, Roisin has a range of experience managing the entire project lifecycle, from commission to completion and has worked on a variety of projects. These include exhibition formative and summative evaluations for major US art galleries, market and population studies, visitor experience research and high-level brand and strategic development projects.

Roisin’s expertise is in ensuring that complicated, multi-method projects run smoothly and without a hitch. Her past clients have included SFMOMA, Museum of Fine Arts Boston, the New Museum, President Lincoln’s cottage, the Contemporary Jewish Museum and Japan House, London. Across all of her projects, big or small, Roisin enjoys distilling data down into clear, actionable insights, ensuring that her clients can make real, impactful changes as a result of the research.

In her spare time, Roisin can be found ticking all of London’s museums and art galleries off her bucket list (in true Affirmation style) or getting out into the countryside back home in North Wales.


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Getting closer: how staff-led curation can help visitors get behind the scenes