Natasha Rivett-Carnac is an American writer based between Bath and Frome in the UK. Her personal essays focus on the intersection of art and motherhood. She is published in Resurgence magazine; International Journal of the Arts in Society; The University of Edinburgh’s Dangerous Women Project, an initiative of the Institute for Advanced Studies in the Humanities; Goldsmith University’s Women’s Art Library, and elsewhere.
Natasha holds a Masters of Arts in Arts and Cultural Management from Dartington College of Arts (UK) and, designed her own Bachelors degree in Interdisciplinary Art: Visual Art, Creative Writing, and Violin Performance at The University of Minnesota (USA).
Her first career was as a violinist in Minneapolis, Minnesota where she began performing professionally from sixteen. When she retired from performance she worked as an Independent Curator in London with a focus on performance art projects about climate change, including being on the team of C Words, a retrospective of Platform that showcased over 80 events at one of Europe’s leading contemporary art centres, Arnolfini.
She is currently the Curator of Narratives at It’s Going to be Tremendous podcast in partnership with Global Optimism. In her spare time Natasha is an amateur maker with a passion for letterpress and bookmaking.