Harriet Hawkins is a Reader in Cultural Geography at Royal Holloway College and Deputy Director of HARC (Humanities and Arts Research Centre). Harriet’s theoretical work is focused on the advancement of the geohumanities. Her research explores the geographies of art works and art worlds. Her books include For Creative Geographies (Routledge 2013) andCreativity (Routledge 2016) She is co-editor of Geographical Aesthetics (Ashgate 2015). She has produced books, participatory art projects and exhibitions with individual artists and a range of international arts organisations including the Tate, Arts Catalyst, Iniva, Furtherfield and Swiss Artists in Labs. Harriet is on the editorial board of GeoHumanities and Cultural Geographies.