Camilla Hampshire Chair Royal Collection Trust London
Royal Collection Trust looks after the Royal Collection, one of the most important art collections in the world, and manages the public opening of the official residences of His Majesty The King. Through our work, from exhibitions and learning programmes to publications and retail products, we aim to ensure that the Royal Collection and Palaces are valued and enjoyed by everyone
The Royal Collection Trust is a British charity established in 1987 by Queen Elizabeth II under the chairmanship of Charles, Prince of Wales to manage the Royal Collection.
Camilla is Museums Manager and Cultural Lead at Exeter’s Royal Albert Memorial Museum and Art Gallery. In this role she oversaw the refurbishment, extension and redisplay of the museum, which led to its recognition as the Art Fund Prize Museum of the Year 2012.
Starting her museum working life as a sixteen year old volunteer, Camilla has taken up various curatorial roles across the country. These have included at Whitehaven Museum and Art Gallery; the City Museum and Art Gallery, Plymouth; Aberdeen Art Gallery; Rotherham Museums and Art Gallery; and as Project Manager for Sheffield’s Millennium Galleries.