Jill Sheridan studied history of art and architecture at Bristol University before teaching in both the UK and US. She then went on to study for an MA at City University, London in the department of Arts Policy and Management whilst also working with artists as a freelance exhibition organiser and carrying out research. Appointed as Curator of Goldsmiths Gallery in London, she worked for ten years developing the exhibition and education programme before working in a gallery in the commercial sector.
In 1995 Jill was invited to become a Course Leader at Goldsmiths, University of London and to develop a course introducing students to curating and arts administration. She continues to be involved with developing exhibitions, conferences and research in the visual arts both in the UK and abroad as well as being Director of Art Installation Services, an organisation working in the public, private and commercial sectors with companies and individuals throughout Europe.