Mistura Allison

Research and Engagement

Mistura Allison is Serendipity’s lead on Research and Engagement. She graduated from the University of Reading with a Bachelor’s Degree in History of Art and Architecture, and she holds a Masters of Arts in African Studies with Heritage from the University College London. Her latest curatorial and research work includes I had a dream, led…

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Dan Baxter

Marketing and Communications Manager

Dan Baxter is Serendipity’s Marketing and Communications Manager. Dan has worked within the arts and culture industry for over 10 years specialising in Marketing, Communications and Audience Development. His first role in the arts was as a production intern for The Wooster Group and since then he has worked for Battersea Arts Centre, Live Theatre,…

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Amy Grain

Administrator

Amy Grain is Serendipity’s Administrator. Since joining the team as an Education Intern for Let’s Dance International Frontiers in 2013, Amy has become an invaluable asset to Serendipity with her skills extending into all facets of the organisation. As well as being an administration specialist, Amy is skilled in programming, development, graphic design, video editing,…

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Mutsa Mhende

PhD Researcher

Mutsa Mhende (they/she) is a PhD researcher at DMU.  Her collaborative doctoral award: Textures of Blackness in the Midlands: Excavating Regional Archives of Black Culture and Politics, is in partnership with the Stephen Lawrence Research Centre and Serendipity. This interdisciplinary and community-based archival project aims to problematise the colonial archive, while reimagining sites of memory…

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Ashly Stanly

Administration Assistant

Ashly Stanly is the Administration Assistant for Serendipity, she has graduated from De Montfort University with a Bachelor’s Degree in Psychology. She has worked with DMU Global to organise international trips and has a great interest in cultural and artistic events that serendipity has to offer. She has a keen interest in Dance, she was…

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