Archive of Author | Bryony Benge-Abbott

Bryony Benge-Abbott is the Public Engagement Manager (Exhibitions) at The Francis Crick Institute, London. She both curated and project managed ‘Deconstructing patterns’. She comes from an art and heritage background, having undertaken an undergraduate degree in Fine Art (Painting) at Bath Spa University and an MA in Museology at the University of East Anglia. Bryony joined the Crick early in 2016 to set up institute’s exhibition programme. She previously worked on exhibitions at Wellcome Collection, The Women’s Library, V&A Museum of Childhood and Brent Museum and brings a keen interest in visual storytelling to engage the public with complex, often multi-layered narratives.

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On ‘Deconstructing Patterns: art and science in conversation’

In her role as Public Engagement Manager (Exhibitions) at the Francis Crick Institute, Bryony Benge-Abbott both curated and project managed ‘Deconstructing patterns’. She comes from an art and heritage background, having undertaken an undergraduate degree in Fine Art (Painting) at Bath Spa University and an MA in Museology at the University of East Anglia. Bryony joined the Crick early in 2016 to set up institute’s exhibition programme.