Project Credit is a multidisciplinary, collaborative platform and think tank dedicated to supporting emerging art through creative, discursive and structural events, including talks and exhibitions, as well as accessible resources such as Credit X, the first map dedicated to promoting emerging spaces across the city, which launched in 2020.
The Project originated in 2019 as a response to the inequalities and challenges faced by this segment of the sector, and as a collaboration between the art platform Modern Forms, and universities Central Saint Martins, UAL, and Kingston School of Art. In 2022, it became a registered CIC and independent entity. Project Credit is currently led by Nick Hackworth and Mazzy-Mae Green alongside a wide network of external curators, academics and cultural workers dedicated to enhancing and furthering its aims.
2019 student group from Central Saint Martins’ MA Culture, Criticism and Curation: Kana Higashino, Yuehan He, Junyu Lei, Angelica Moschin and Tina Wetshi
2020 student group from Central Saint Martins’ MA Culture, Criticism and Curation: Mazzy-Mae Green, Jamie Johnson, Florence Kettle, Greta Voeller, Zhangyu Wang, Chuqi Wang and Molly Wright
2021 student group from Central Saint Martins' MA Culture, Criticism and Curation: Alexander Aplerku, Maria-Yelena Demine, Nimco Kulmiye Hussein, Amiel Maucade, WenQing Liang and Chuling Wang*