Nina teaches on both modules in the Cultural Heritage Pathway.
Nina gained her MA from the Slade School of Fine Art before completing her PhD at the London Consortium. Her inter-disciplinary doctoral research focuses on art and the public sphere and particularly on issues surrounding the administration of art and the regulation of its visibility, as well as Kantian aesthetics. As curator she was part of the first team of imagine art after, an international multi-stage project with artists that involves commissioning of new work and exhibition at Tate Britain.
With professional experience in the commercial gallery sector as well as in business development in the online publishing sector, Nina has worked as an independent consultant to artists and other cultural practitioners as well as research centres in the UK in areas such as audience development and marketing. Pearlman has lectured on and taught a range of subjects at leading national and international institutions including University of Westminster, City University, the London Consortium and Oslo National Academy of the Arts. She currently manages UCL Art Collections at University College London.