Touring and Front of House Coordinator
Nicholas Aloisio-Shearer is an artist and curator whose practice is concerned with the digital conditions of contemporary life. He has also been Co-Director of Queensland’s oldest ARI, Boxcopy. Nicholas graduated with Honours from a Bachelor of Design in Photography and Situated Media at UTS in 2014 and received a Masters of Fine Art (Research) at UNSW Art and Design in 2019. Nicholas is also currently a sessional lecturer and tutor in Photography and Art Theory at the Queensland College of Art. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
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.
Public Programs Assistant
Adam Ford is an emerging-career arts worker who is of European and Indigenous (Nyoongar) descent. Adam is in his final semester of study at the University of Queensland where he is completing a Bachelor of Arts History. He is currently interning at the University of Queensland Art Museum where he is training across curation, registration, and education/engagement. In addition to his internship, Adam has also worked on the Sheila Foundation’s Into The Light national collaborative research project where he dove deep into the history of Brisbane’s women artists. Adam’s interests include Aboriginal art (in all forms), the archive, philosophy, and politics. Contact: email@example.com
Public Programs Coordinator
Tallara Gray (Aboriginal, English, Scottish and German heritage) is an artist and artsworker with a background in grassroots activism and support. Tallara graduated in 2015 with a Bachelor of Fine Art (Visual) with Honours at the Queensland University of Technology. She began her career at Baluk Arts, a not for profit Aboriginal Art centre in Mornington (VIC), whilst she continued to be involved with Seed, Australia’s first Indigenous Youth Climate action network, running campaigns to protect Country from extractive industries and climate change. She lead the By Request Program for Flying Arts Alliance, a professional development program for artists and arts workers, educators, schools, and communities for almost 2 years and continues to be involved with the organisation. Tallara has exhibited at a number of group exhibitions nationally and internationally, including at the Art Gallery of South Australia, Fremantle Art Centre, The Walls, Benalla Art Gallery, and Shepparton Art Museum. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org
Christine Kane-Foelz is the IMA’s Bookkeeper and oversees the institutions financial operations. Christine is a qualified accountant and CPA with extensive experience in not-for-profit organisations and small businesses as well as having previously worked for the Queensland State Government. Contact: email@example.com.
Exhibition Production Manager
Llewellyn Millhouse is and artist and arts worker who holds a practice-based Doctorate of Philosophy from Griffith University. Llewellyn has been involved in several artist-run initiatives in Brisbane over the past eight years, most recently as a founder and board member of gallery and studio complex Outer Space. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Liz Nowell is an arts leader and curator with over ten years’ experience working in Australian and international contemporary art. Before joining the Institute of Modern Art in 2019, Liz was the founding CEO of Adelaide’s leading contemporary art space, ACE Open and Executive Director of the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia. Previous to this she has held positions at Sydney College of the Arts, Hazelhurst Regional Gallery & Arts Centre, SafARI, Tandanya – National Aboriginal Cultural Institute and University of NSW Art and Design. Her curatorial projects include Invisible Border: Khadim Ali (2021); Next Matriarch, co-curated with Kimberley Moulton (2017); putsch: proppaNOW (2010) and The Violet Ballet by Sally Smart (2019).
Assistant Director, Program and Audiences
Tulleah Pearce is a curator and programmer with significant experience working with independent artists across Australia and the Asia Pacific to present and tour their works. She has worked across multiple performing and visual arts practices engaging audiences in conventional and unconventional ways.
She comes to the IMA from the Sydney Opera House where she was the Associate Producer for Artist and Sector Development. Prior to this she was Program Manager at Performance Space producing Liveworks Festival of Experimental Art and has worked across the small-to-medium sector with roles at the Creative Practice Lab (UNSW), Blacktown Arts Centre, and Firstdraft.
Assistant Director, Development and Operations
Ashleigh Ralph holds a Bachelor of Arts, Art History with First Class Honours from the University of Queensland. She is Director and Founder of Innerspace Contemporary Art (ICA), a roaming art space with a curated schedule of exhibitions by early career artists. Ashleigh has been involved with the IMA since 2011, when she began volunteering for the organisation. She has been Assistant Curator at UAP; Exhibition Coordinator at Griffith University Art Museum; Membership and Events Officer at IMA; Gallery Associate at Edwina Corlette Gallery; and the Front of House Assistant at University of Queensland Art Museum. Contact: email@example.com.
Nadine Schmoll is an educator and contemporary artist with nine years experience working in learning and engagement for diverse audiences. Nadine holds a Graduate Diploma in Secondary Education (Visual Arts) and has worked across curriculum areas including The Arts, Design, Fashion, History, Science and English.
Prior to joining the IMA, Nadine developed programs and resources for Museum of Brisbane as the Learn Curator and spent six years as the Workshop Coordinator and Facilitator for Reverse Garbage Queensland. Contact: firstname.lastname@example.org.
Marketing and Communications Manager & Curatorial Assistant
Sarah Louise Thomson has a Bachelor of Business and Creative Industries from QUT, majoring in Marketing and Art History, and is currently undertaking a Graduate Certificate in Writing, Editing and Publishing at UQ. 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. She helped coordinate a number of exhibitions as part of ARI In Residence and occasionally writes about art. Contact: email@example.com.
Ruaa Al-Rikabi, Gulnoza Akhmedova, Bridget Bakos, Gabrielle Brisbane, Edmund Burke, Karen Cheung Lou-Anne Clancy, Phoebe Creagh, Simon Cutler, Bella Deary, Elena Dias-Jayasinha, Brendan Ellis, Tara Fraser, Jocelyn Flynn, Rebekah Harden, Christopher Inwood, Hyunjoo (Hannah) Jun, Athena Karlaftis, Jacqueline MaCartney, Kristina Mang, Alex McFarland, Kathleen Morrice, Nicola Newman, Lucy Nguyen-Hunt, Christina Nielsen-Smith, Kathleen O’Hagan, Molly Pekol, Sophie Reid-Singer, Marnie Robbins, Alice Shang, Lauren Spriggs, and Maisie Williams.
Sam Cranstoun, John Hirschfeld, Cheryl Leavy, Simon Wright, and Jay Younger