Innovative ways of using an art collection - Panel discussion
Join us as for a panel discussion on innovative ways of using an art collection.
Miriam Kelly: Senior Curator, Artbank
Miriam joined Artbank in 2013 as the Curator and Collection Coordinator and moved into her current role in 2017. Previously, she was the Assistant Curator of Australian Paintings and Sculpture at the National Gallery of Australia (2008-2013).
A graduate of the Australian National University, Miriam pioneered an Honours program in Art Theory combining a curatorial project and thesis, for which she was awarded the University Medal. Over the past decade, in addition to her institutional roles, Miriam has served on the advisory boards of Megalo Print Studio + Gallery and Canberra Contemporary Art Space, as well as in the role of Chair of The Invisible Inc. and its publication Runway Australian Experimental Art.
Miriam has consistently published on aspects of Australian art and developed exhibitions engaging with the work of contemporary artists.
Ada Moshinsky: Collection Curator, Ten Cubed
Ada has been a driving force behind the Ten Cubed concept, which is that over ten years, the institution will collect in depth from an evolving top ten contemporary artists working in various media forms: sculpture, painting, video art, photography and more. these artists are chosen for the aesthetic appeal and collectability of their works, and for their commitment to regular art production.
In undertaking this, Ada has drawn on her many years of viewing and collecting contemporary art. In addition, she has served on a number of art boards in both the private and public arena.
This discussion is part of RMIT Gallery's Chaos & Oder: 120 years of collecting at RMIT series of public events.
Image: Juan Ford', Degenerator, 2013, oil on linen, 180 x 240cm, RMIT Art Collection.