Gaylene Gould is a Creative Director, broadcaster and Cultural Ambassador for London. She has spent over 25 years spearheading arts initiatives internationally across film, theatre, performance and digital practice which interrogate and broaden our view of ourselves and the world.
In her role as Head of Cinemas and Events at BFI Southbank, Gaylene led a world class destination for cinema and the moving image creating innovative entryways for young and diverse audiences. As a cultural critic and presenter for BBC Radio 4’s flagship arts show 'Front Row’, she has interviewed legends from Peter Brook and Alice Walker to Annette Bening and Ryan Coogler.
Gaylene founded creative agency The Space To Come which designs multi-disciplinary projects that generously connect us with ourselves, each other and the world. The Space To Come has been commissioned by and performed at the Tate, V&A, Arts Catalyst, Vivid, Selfridges and the h club, Moderna Museet Sweden and BAM, New York.