Grace Sugden-Partridge is an award-winning, early career curator and creative producer, working in the research, creation and facilitation of art and culture, across a multiplicity of fields.

Grace is an Arts practitioner with a curatorial focus both inspired and inflected by a background in theatre & performance studies, music, socially engaged practice and Community Arts Cultural Development (CACD) pedagogy. She is the Founder and Artistic Director of Antidote Projects – a curatorial platform led by the transformative power of contemporary art to promote awareness and discourse on important social issues. She has studied at the Interlochen Centre for the Arts in Michigan, the London Academy of Music and Dramatic Arts (LAMDA), completed two degrees (BA and BMus) at UNSW and a Masters of Art Curating at the University of Sydney. She was awarded the NSW/ACT Young Achiever of the Year Award (Art + Fashion) in 2018, and made the Forbes 30 Under 30 Asia list in 2021 for her contribution to the Arts. She currently works as a full-time Florist for Poho Flowers and continues to curate and consult independently.