Danna Heller is a London-based art curator, strategic consultant, producer and writer.
Drawing from her curatorial experience in connecting people, spaces and objects, she is passionate about the future of the city space and currently consults on smart city innovation and sustainability.
Recently she devised a smart city strategic plan to the Mayor of Fort Worth, Texas. Previously, she was the Executive Director of the British Friends of the Art Museums of Israel which advocated for social impact in museum education.
She is the founder of Spin Live Art Presence, a platform for the curation and production of original performance works in inspiring architectural settings.
Her curatorial portfolio includes international contemporary art exhibitions showcasing leading artists at venues including National Gallery Prague, Hauser and Wirth Gallery, and the Tel Aviv Museum of Art.
Danna holds an Executive MBA from Imperial College Business School, and an M.A in Art History and Museum Curation from Tel Aviv University.