Madeleine King joined the IMA’s team in 2015. King has a Master of Arts at the Queensland University of Technology, Brisbane, and she previously worked for Media Art Asia Pacific (MAAP) as Research and Program Development Manager, and has been active in artist-run-initiatives in Brisbane. In 2014, she completed a research fellowship at the John Oxley Library, Brisbane. King is Co-Director of The Fashion Archives, and co-author of Remotely Fashionable: A Story of Subtropical Style (2015). Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Development & Touring Manager
Jenna Baldock is a curator and writer who joined the IMA team in 2017. As Development & Touring Manager, she oversees the IMA’s patrons programs and all logistical aspects of exhibition touring, regionally, nationally and internationally. Baldock has Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual Arts), and a Graduate Certificate of Business from the Queensland University of Technology. Prior to joining the IMA, she was Curator and Gallery Manager at Spiro Grace Art Rooms, Brisbane. Contact: email@example.com
Exhibition Production Manager
Llewellyn Millhouse is an artist who recently completed a Doctorate of Philosophy at Griffith University. Llewellyn has been involved in several artist-run initiatives in Brisbane over the past six years, most recently acting as Facilities Manager of the gallery and studio complex Outer Space in West End. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Curator, Public Engagement
Alex Holt is a curator and writer who works across both visual and performance art. She has a passion for contextualising and translating contemporary arts practices into accessible exhibitions and experiences for both arts audiences and the broader community. She has previously held roles at Anna Schwartz Gallery and MUMA.
Freja Carmichael is a Ngugi woman belonging to the Quandamooka People of Moreton Bay. She is a curator working alongside artists and communities on diverse exhibition projects and is currently the inaugural Macquarie Group collection First Nations emerging curator and a member of Blaklash Collective. Contact: email@example.com
Lawrence English is composer, artist and curator based in Australia. Working across an array of aesthetic investigations, English’s work explores the politics of perception and prompts questions of field, perception and memory. English utilises a variety of approaches including visceral live performance and installation to create works that ask audiences to consider their relationship to space, place and embodiment. Over the past decade he has worked with sound as a medium for embodied experience and is determined to share his interests in the transformative possibilities of sound. He is a Sidney Myer Creative fellow, was awarded an outstanding doctoral thesis award in conjunction with his PhD in 2017 and has been supported by the Mike Kelley Foundation for his project in Los Angeles, Sirens.
Queensland Film Festival Curator
John Edmond is a film curator and scholar. Having recently completed his PhD on vehicle landscapes, he is now the artistic director of the Queensland Film Festival and film programmer while also carrying out independent research and criticism. He is the author of a forthcoming monograph on Ken Russell’s Altered States and co-editor of two volumes on the works of Valèrie Massadian, and Hélène Cattet & Bruno Forzani.
Sarah Louise Thomson
Sarah Louise Thomson has a Bachelor of Business and Creative Industries at the Queensland University of Technology, majoring in Marketing and Art History. She has previously interned for the IMA, the QUT Art Museum and the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art, before beginning at the IMA in 2017. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Membership & Events Officer
Ashleigh Ralph is Membership & Events Officer at the IMA. She holds a Bachelor of Arts extended major in Art History and Philosophy, and has recently completed honours in Art History at the University of Queensland. Prior to joining the IMA in 2017, Ralph has been a volunteer and intern at the IMA since 2011, the Gallery Associate at Edwina Corlette Gallery and a front of house assistant at the UQ Art Museum from 2015 to 2017. Contact: email@example.com
David M. Thomas
David M. Thomas oversees technical and logistical aspects of public programs. He is an artist and performs in art metal band, ∑GG√E|N. Thomas has a PhD in Visual Arts from Griffith University, Brisbane, a Masters of Arts Administration, UNSW, Sydney, and a Masters in Visual Arts, Sydney College of the Arts. He is a founding partner of creative content studio, Funhauser, with Suzanne Howard. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Cara Hughes is the IMA’s Bookkeeper and oversees the institutions financial operations. Hughes is a qualified accountant with extensive experience in not-for-profit organisations having previously worked in the Community Services Sector, Arts & Disability and Community Legal.
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