Vol 50 No 4 Autumn 2013
Anna Waldmann is an art consultant. She has been a curator at the Art Gallery of New South Wales and director of visual arts at the Australia Council for the Arts. She is an adviser for the Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation in Sydney.
Daniel Thomas AM was the curator in charge of Australian art at the Art Gallery of New South Wales, Sydney, from 1958, and at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra, 1978–84, then director of the Art Gallery of South Australia, Adelaide. Retired, he now lives in northern Tasmania and writes occasionally.
Patrick McCaughey is a former director of the National Gallery of Victoria, Melbourne, the Wadsworth Atheneum Museum of Art in Hartford Connecticut, and the Yale Center for British Art, New Haven, Connecticut.
Meredith Morse recently completed a PhD in art history. She is currently developing a book on Simone Forti’s 1960s–80s performance and sound work after Cage and Halprin. Her interests include exchanges among American, European, Japanese and Australian artists during this period.
Sue Cramer has been a curator and writer on contemporary art for thirty years holding positions at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne; the Institute of Modern Art, Brisbane; and the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. She is currently Curator at Heide Museum of Modern Art, Melbourne.
Juliana Engberg is Artistic Director of the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne. She is the Artistic Director of the forthcoming 19th Biennale of Sydney in 2014.
Laura Murray Cree
Laura Murray Cree is Consulting Editor for Art & Australia. She has held senior editorial positions at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney, formerly Sherman Galleries (2003–08); Art & Australia (1997–2003; 1983–85); State of the Arts, Limelight (2003–04); and the (then) Australian National Gallery in Canberra (1980–82). Her publication Awesome! Australian Art for Contemporary Kids was included in The White Ravens 2003, an annual selection of outstanding international books for children and young adults.
Tessa Laird is a writer, artist and lecturer living in Auckland. A former general manager of The Physics Room, Christchurch, she was co-founder and editor of Monica Reviews Art and LOG Illustrated and regular contributor to the New Zealand Listener. Tessa recently completed a Doctorate of Fine Arts at the University of Auckland, looking at psychedelia and the revolutionary power of colour
Djon Mundine OAM
Djon Mundine OAM is a member of the Bandjalung people of northern New South Wales. With an extensive career as a curator, activist, writer and occasional artist, Djon was concept curator of The Aboriginal memorial
, 1987-88, now on permanent display at the National Gallery of Australia, Canberra. In 2012 he curated 'Bungaree: The First Australia'; in 2013 the touring exhibition 'Shadow Life', co-curated with Natalie King, returns to Australia at Bendigo Art Gallery. Djon is currently a PhD student at the College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney.
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