Georgina Heatley has joined as licensing and editorial assistant.

License Global

February 17, 2021

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ARTiSTORY has announced Georgina Heatley as licensing and editorial assistant.  

"We're thrilled to have Georgina on board," says Natasha Dyon, co-founder and licensing director, ARTiSTORY. "Georgina shares ARTiSTORY's passion for storytelling, art, history and cultural heritage with experience gained in both the licensing and heritage sectors, having worked with a wealth of licensees at Historic Royal Palaces. Georgina's role will see her working closely with the creative team researching artifacts across a range of the world's top cultural organizations to develop design themes and assets."

"I am honored and excited to be joining ARTiSTORY as the licensing and editorial assistant," says Heatley. "With my background as an archaeologist and sociocultural historian, and previous role in heritage licensing with Historic Royal Palaces, ARTiSTORY's mission and values resonate closely with my own. Learning and sharing history, art and culture through stories is a skill and tradition shared globally. I am looking forward to bringing this into merchandise, experiences and creative themes and trends with some of the world's top art and culture organizations from museums and galleries to science centers and libraries."

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