Chrissie Tiller is a writer, thinker, practitioner and educator, with an extensive history of working through collaborative and social art practice, particularly in international and cross-cultural contexts, including the EU, Central and Eastern Europe, Turkey, Japan and Palestine. She is currently undertaking a PhD by prior publication at Technological University Dublin, exploring her lived experience as a working class woman in the arts and cultural sector. Having set up and run the MA in Participatory and Community Arts at Goldsmiths, London University, for many years, she is currently co-director of Faculty North, alongside her role as critical friend, advisor and embedded evaluator to a number of arts and cultural organisations.
She is been an Associate at Heart of Glass since its inception, and worked closely with them on thinking around Social art practice and policy as well as being part of the Praxis, WithForAbout and Faculty teams. Currently Heart of Glass’ ‘COVID-19 writer in residence’, her most recent piece is Care as a Radical Act, written in response to interviews with artists working with Heart of Glass and the Homework commissions.