Founder, artist, story-teller, teacher, do-gooder, manager and mother-hen. Stretch is my baby and I am going to change the world, bit by bit.
Carlotta Goulden-Allum founded Stretch in 2003 after completing her MA in Museums and Galleries in Education at the London Institute. Carlotta is often described as ‘driven’ and a passionate advocate for the power of the arts to change lives. Carlotta studied Classical Studies at Kings College London, then completed a PGCE. Carlotta has completed a research scholarship with the Griffins Society at the London School of Economics looking at the arts and rehabilitation of female offenders. Carlotta acts as a senior consultant on museum and prison collaborations and often presents her work at international conferences.
Within Stretch Carlotta is project manager on the delivery of the work as well as advocating and presenting to potential donors.