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Rachael Barrett founded the curatorial and project management service Three Sixty to facilitate the commission, exhibition and strategical development of fine art in contemporary culture. Rachael is a private consultant who has trained at Colgate University in New York and with Sotheby’s Institute of Art in London, and has wor... View moreked with leading collectors, private dealers, corporate firms, student groups and galleries on lectures, events, fundraisers private sales and bespoke commissions including White Cube, Alvaro Group, Colgate University, 20 Hoxton Projects, Gagosian Gallery, Bold Tendencies, Finch and Partners, The Armory Show, Art Moscow and Tate. Rachael was also appointed Executive Director for the newly rebranded Quintessentially Art. An occasional writer, Rachael has contributed to publications in print and online across different genres and locales including , Post-New, Style.com, Kultureflash, The Jamaica Observer and Apollo Magazine. Rachael also serves as a Tate Ambassador in recognition of her work on the institution's Young Patrons Committee. Beyond Tate, Rachael regularly supports charitable initiatives in the arts as a keen supporter of the arts within her native Jamaica, particularly as a Friend of the Edna Manley College Arts Foundation, the Ward Theatre Foundation and Fashion’s Night Out, and through lecturing on the arts at institutions in London and overseas. In light of her commitment to facilitating and developing cultural dialogue in developing markets within the art world Rachael is also part of the Expert Committee for the re-formulated Art Moscow. Rachael was previously named one of the most influential persons in London by the Evening Standard for her contributions to art and culture.