Hannah Conroy (Submit) is an independent cultural producer. She is a freelance co-director and curator at Kunstraum; a non-profit art space with a focus on mid-career artists with a programme

of exhibitions, performance commissions, publications, and community-led activities. Conroy received

an MA in Curating Contemporary Art, RCA (2013) and selected for the FIAC Young Curators invitation programme (2014). 

Recent curated performances/exhibitions: Reactor: MAX GOLD BROADCAST: GIVE ME A REAL BIG HAND (2020); Osías Yanov and Suavesitxs-Aoi? oh puppy calls and accidents (2020); Club Goddess: Susie Green, Simon Bayliss, Kim Coleman, Rory Pilgrim (2020); Binnie Sisters: The Muddy Clearing (2019 – 2020); Julie Béna: The Jester & Death (2019); Dangerous Bodies: Barbara Kapusta (2019); Bacchanal (2019); Something Soft (2019); In Pluto’s Anus, Giorgio Sadotti (2019); Le Betyl d’Ail, Nils-Alix Tabeling (2019); Comme de Marxist, Rainer Ganahl (2018); Graceful ride, Anna Hulacova (2018).


Independently curated projects: The Immeasurable, Thameside Studios (2019); Mostyn OPEN 21, LLandudno (2019); Of the sea, Chatham Historic Dockyard, Kent (2017); Tide and Tide Flow Wide, Folkestone (2017); Basic structures of (2016) and Reassembling Past Futures (2014), at the Austrian Cultural Forum London; The Trouble with Painting Today (2016) and things we didn’t have before (2015) at Pump House Gallery; co-curated No one lives here, RCA (2013); co-curating the archival space AGM 10: Collectivus CPS, Manifesta 8, Spain (2010). 

Conroy has been an access support worker since 2018, mentoring artists with neurodiversities such

as ADHD, dyslexia, and dyspraxia, and other invisible disabilities, enabling them to apply for funding

to develop their creative practice.