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Tracy

About Tracy

Tracy’s far-reaching career across the media and arts has seen her working as a journalist for ITN, a Programme Controller and News Editor for local, regional and national radio stations and as a Business Development Manager for two theatres. Today, Tracy is Press & PR Manager at the National Gallery, London aswell as working with all the Brera clients. If there is something familiar about her but you can’t quite think of where from, the answer could, quite literally, be on the tip of your tongue. Yes, Tracy was indeed a contestant on Come Dine With Me. She maintains to this day, she was robbed of victory.

London Southend Airport proposes significant infrastructure investment to improve passenger experience

London’s best airport has submitted an application to Rochford District Council for permission to extend its terminal building. This will offer greatly improved facilities for passengers and enable it to meet new aviation regulations. Read More →


easyJet adds fourth aircraft to its London Southend Airport base

easyJet, Europe’s and London Southend’s leading airline, has announced it will base a fourth A320 aircraft at London Southend Airport from 25th July 2018, meaning it will carry 25% more passengers to and from the airport next summer. Read More →


Alice Kettle: Threads

Multi award-winning textile artist Alice Kettle returns to the Winchester Discovery Centre this autumn with a stunning exhibition of new and existing work that commemorates the 10-year anniversary of her commission to create the spectacular Looking Forwards to the Past artwork, for the then, brand-new, building. Read More →


Amani Saeed wins Art Speaks poetry competition

Scarborough Art Gallery painting inspires ‘Jesus Christ Goes Clubbing’ Read More →


Linda Kitson: iPad Pictures of the Scalpel & The City

When an artist famed for her drawings swaps her pencils for an electronic tablet to capture the ever-changing skyline of 21st century London, the familiar becomes strikingly original. Read More →


Tania El Khoury wins world’s only International Prize for Live Art

Lebanese artist announced winner at ANTI – Contemporary Art Festival in Finland Read More →


Which? names London Southend best airport in the capital

London Southend Airport has been rated by far the best London terminal, leaving all other airports in the region trailing, according to the latest Which? airport passenger survey. Read More →


Art UK’s Art Detective celebrates over 100 discoveries about the UK’s public art collection

Since being established in 2014, Art Detective has facilitated over 300 public discussions about oil paintings held in art collections and museums throughout Britain. These discussions have led to over 100 discoveries about individual pieces and the artists who made them, thus helping collections put names to unidentified sitters, places and events, while also shining a light on the unknown artists behind certain works. Read More →


Bram Bogart

The Dutch-born Belgian artist, Bram Bogart, (1921 – 2012) famously expressed his explorations of the physicality of paint through deeply textured impasto. Now, there is a unique chance to see a collection of some of Bogart’s most significant and rare works in London this autumn. Read More →


How Newcastle gave birth to Pop Art

Hatton Gallery reopens with landmark Pioneers of Pop exhibition Read More →