Rosemary teaches on one of the modules in the Cultural Heritage Pathway.
Rosemary is editor of Interface, an online resource for new writing about contemporary art, which is part of a-n Magazine’s activities. She writes regularly for a-n Magazine and has had work published in Contemporary, Circa and international publications such as Context K, and the American Art Lies. She has also written numerous essays for exhibition catalogues. Between 2002 and 2005 Rosemary set up and managed an Artists' Resource Centre (ARC) at Aspex Gallery in Portsmouth, providing high quality professional development opportunities for artists. She has worked with a wide variety of art organisations as and artist educator, writer and lecturer, sustaining a long relationship with Southampton City Art Gallery.
Rosemary studied Fine Art at Winchester School of Art and did an MA in Contemporary Art Theory at Goldsmiths She is currently undertaking PhD research at the University of Sussex, looking at contemporary artists' engagement with the non-metropolitan everyday. She also teaches at Goldsmiths and University of Sussex.