Herne Hill Forum is a volunteer-led, community association that works together with local stakeholders to promote the wellbeing of Herne Hill’s residents and businesses. The Forum has helped coordinate major local regeneration projects, led campaigns to improve the public realm and attracted significant investment to make Herne Hill a better place to live, work and visit.  

Caroline McCarthy was born in Dublin and has lived in London since completing an MA in Fine Art at Goldsmiths College in 1998. Exhibiting widely in the UK and internationally, her work examines mundane events and objects, even the detritus of our lives, to see what they reveal about the human condition, as well as our perception and ideas of value. Recent exhibitions include “Nature Morte”, an international touring exhibition in association with the Thames & Hudson publication by Michael Petry; “Group Coordination”, co-curated by McCarthy with the Collections team at The Irish Museum of Modern Art; “To Be Continued”, curated by The British Council, Helsinki Kunsthalle; Banksy's “Dismaland”, Weston-super-Mare. 

The Contemporary Art Society Consultancy provides art advisory services to develop contemporary art collections, public art commissions and visionary arts and cultural strategies. The Art Consultancy supports the Contemporary Art Society, a charity that purchases important new works of art to place in public collections across the UK. Identifying the great artists of today is at the heart of our approach, bringing the best in contemporary art to our clients. Current and recent projects include the development of a national public art strategy for Qatar Public Realm, a 12 year public art programme for the University of Cambridge’s North West Cambridge urban expansion, major public art commissions for the Olympic Park in 2012, London School of Economics in 2010 and 2014, and developments including Television Centre, One Blackfriars and Angel Court in London.