Laura Ganda is an arts manager, curator and researcher. She is interested in history, cultures and memory, social power and social justice, gender and feminism, architecture, cities and urban heritage. She is also fascinated with interpretation and participation in contemporary art practises in relation to impacts on society in creating meaning and storytelling. She has curated the film festival “Women Alive: Women of Heart” and curated an exhibition highlighting indigenous architecture constructions, conversations, and research residencies around the “All Africa Village” at Dzimbanhete Arts & Culture Interactions within the context of the project “Sounds of the Sacred Web”. She is currently occupied with creating, curating and managing projects in visual culture and heritage. She is a Chevening Scholar and holds an MA Arts Management and Heritage Studies from University of Leeds.
Laura Ganda is a participant of the TURN2 Residencies’ programme.