Adelle Mills is an artist who writes and lives in Naarm.
Amelia Wallin is an Australian curator, researcher and writer. Her work centers on commissioning and facilitating cross-disciplinary artistic exploration, as well as interrogating alternative models for institution building. Her recent research and writing examines reproductive labour in the space of the contemporary art institution. Amelia has held curatorial and administrative positions at multi-arts venues, independent spaces, producing organisations, and Biennales in Sydney and New York. She joined West Space as Director in 2019.
Amelia Winata is a Melbourne-based arts writer and PhD candidate in Art History at the University of Melbourne.
Amy May Stuart is an artist living in Naarm (Melbourne), Australia.
Anastasia Murney is a writer and teacher living on Gadigal land. She holds a PhD from the University of New South Wales.
Aneta Trajkoski is a writer, researcher and academic. Aneta received her PhD (Art History) from the University of Melbourne in 2019 where she is currently a sessional lecturer and subject coordinator in Contemporary Art and Art History.
Ann Stephen is writing from Sydney
Anna Parlane is a lecturer in art history and theory at Monash University.
Dr Anthony White is a Senior Lecturer in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne. His most recent book, co-authored with Grace McQuilten, is titled Art as Enterprise: Economic and Social Engagement in Contemporary Art (IB Tauris, 2016).
Audrey Pfister (sometimes-) writes, edits, Djs, and works in the arts on Gadigal and Thawaral lands. They have a Bachelor of Art Theory and First Class Honours in Arts (Media, Culture, Technology). Lately they’ve been writing a lot about art, love, and friendship, but they swear they can write funny and/or serious pieces too.
Audrey Schmidt is a writer and Melbourne Personality.
Benison Kilby is a writer and curator whose research is focused on Marxist and feminist approaches to art history and curating.
Beth studies Art History as well as French Language and Literature. She is undertaking a research Masters in Montréal from September 2017.
Bianca Winataputri is a Melbourne-based independent curator, writer and PhD candidate in Art History and Theory at Monash Art, Design and Architecture (MADA). She is currently Public Programs coordinator at the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA) and was recently Assistant Curator of Contemporary Art at the National Gallery of Australia, where she was part of a curatorium for the major exhibition Contemporary Worlds: Indonesia.
Brendan Casey is a PhD student living in Melbourne. His essays and criticism have appeared in Meanjin and Difficult Fun.
Dr Bronwyn Bailey-Charteris is a Swedish/Australian curator, writer and lecturer, currently based on unceded Gadigal land in Warrang/Sydney.
Caitlyn Lesiuk is the convenor of the Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy and a PhD candidate at Deakin University, where she teaches philosophy.
Cameron Hurst is an art writer based in Narrm/Melbourne.
Camille Orel is a writer from Naarm/ Melbourne.
Chelsea Hopper is a curator and writer based in Narrm/Melbourne.
Damien Laing is an urban planner and member of Artist Film Workshop.
David Homewood is an art writer from Melbourne.
David Wlazlo is a PhD Candidate in Art History and Theory at Monash University.
Declan Fry is a writer based in Naarm/Melbourne.
Douglas Maxted is a “failed” art historian who lives and makes art in Melbourne.
Eden Fiske is a writer and painter born on Yorta Yorta Country, living and working in naarm.
Elijah Money (he/him) is a queer Wiradjuri brotherboy who was raised on Kulin Nations where he continues to reside. His practice includes visual art, written work, installations, performance art and more. These are done with strong recurring themes of colonialism, assimilation, skin colour, gender, mental illness, sexuality, climate change, stolen
Elizabeth Pulie is an artist based in Sydney
Ella Cattach is a writer based in Melbourne.
Ella Howells is a writer, artist and arts worker in Naarm/Melbourne.
Elyssia Bugg is a writer, and PhD Candidate at the University of Melbourne. She is currently researching the object-based performance practices of Italy’s Arte Povera movement.
Emily Best is an emerging writer and artist living on Wangal land in Sydney’s inner west.
Emily Kostos is an artist and musician based in Naarm/Melbourne.
Eva Birch is a writer and teaches literature and writing at Victoria University. Her first chapbook ‘Megalodon’ was published by Stale Objects dePress.
Francis Plagne is a writer and musician from Melbourne.
Gabrielle Chantiri is a writer from Sydney.
Gemma Topliss is a writer and artist from Naarm/Melbourne.
George Criddle is an artist and writer from Naarm/Melbourne.
Giles Fielke is a writer and researcher of artist film.
Helen Hughes is a Lecturer in Art History, Theory and Curatorial Practice in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Monash University.
Helen O’Toole is a writer based in Melbourne.
Hester Lyon is an arts writer and student of the Master of Art Curatorship at the University of Melbourne.
Hilary Thurlow is an emerging curator and writer based in Narrm.
Professor Ian McLean is Hugh Ramsay Chair of Australian Art History at the Univeristy of Melbourne.
Jade Muratore is an artist and researcher from Sydney/ Eora.
Jane Eckett is a postdoctoral research associate in art history at the University of Melbourne and freelance curator.
Jennifer Yang is a writer and researcher from Gadigal/Sydney.
Jeremy Eaton is an artist living and working in Narrm.
Jeremy is a PhD candidate at the University of Melbourne.
Joel Sherwood Spring is an Artist and educator based on Gadigal Country
Julia Lomas is a PhD Candidate in Art History and Theory at Monash University.
June Miskell is a Filipinx writer and editor living on unceded Gadigal land. She is a research assistant and casual academic at UNSW Art & Design, Sydney, and sits on the editorial boards of Runway Journal and Performance Review.
Kate Butler is a ceramic sculptor/teacher, arts writer and arts worker based on Wurundjeri land in Melbourne.
Kate Meakin is an artist based in Melbourne.
Kate Warren is a Lecturer of Art History and Curatorship, Australian National University, Canberra
Kylie King is an art historian based in Melbourne.
Lauren Burrow is an artist from Darwin, living and working on Wurundjeri Country and Boon Wurrung Country.
Lévi McLean is writer, and experimental film maker from Western Australia currently based in Tennant Creek. He graduated in 2019 from UWA with a BA, majoring in Art History.
Lisa Radford is an artist.
Loqui Paatsch is a writer and arts worker living in Melbourne/Naarm.
Luce Nguyễn-Hunt is an emerging Vietnamese, Sāmoan, and Rarotongan artist and writer currently based in Naarm. Their research-based practice documents an evolving cultural gender-sexuality divergence through digitally manipulated moving image and photography installations. They also use poetry, text, and sound as an embodiment of cultural memory.
Luke Smythe is a lecturer in art history and theory at Monash University. His book Gretchen Albrecht: Between Gesture and Geometry was published this year by Massey University Press. A book on Gerhard Richter is forthcoming.
Lydia Mardirian is an Armenian-Lebanese arts worker living in Naarm, that sometimes researches, writes and teaches. She has worked as a research assistant for the University of Melbourne, where she helped develop a subject on photography. She currently tutors art history at the University of Melbourne.
Maddee Clark is a Yugambeh writer and curator based in Narrm.
Margarita Kontev is a writer and emerging curator from Melbourne. She co-founded the artist run gallery Wethouse.
Mariam Ella Arcilla is a Filipina-Singaporean writer, editor, marketer and creative producer based on Gadigal. She is the Runway Journal Co-Chair.
Marnie Edmiston is an artist who lives in Melbourne. She received an MFA from Monash University in 2017.
Matthew Linde is a fashion exhibition-maker and PhD candidate at RMIT University, School of Fashion & Textiles.
Maya Stocks is an artist, curator and researcher and a PhD Candidate at the University of Sydney.
Mel Deerson is a sessional teacher in fine art at Monash Art, Design and Architecture.
Naomi Riddle is the founding editor of Running Dog. She has written for Guernica Magazine, Oberon, Blonde Art Books, Sydney Review of Books, Das Platforms Online and HTMLgiant among others.
Neha Kale is a writer and critic who lives and works on unceded Gadigal land. Her writing on art, contemporary culture and society appears in many national and international publications. She is the former editor of VAULT magazine.
Nicholas Tammens is a curator and writer. He founded 1856, a program of exhibitions and events sited around the Victorian Trades Hall. He has written for Mousse Magazine, Milan and May Revue, Paris.
Nick Croggon is an art historian, writer and editor based on Gadigal and Wangal land. He is Events and Programs Officer at the Power Institute, and is completing a PhD at Columbia University, New York.
Nicolas Hausdorf is a German essayist living in Melbourne.
Paris Lettau is a contributing editor of Memo Review.
Philip Brophy writes on art among other things.
Rex Butler teaches Art History in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture at Monash University.
Robert Schubert has worked in Australian visual culture since the 90s publishing extensively in numerous publications, curating the odd show and founding the first electronic visual arts magazine Globe-e Art Journal in 1995.
Sarinah Masukor is a writer living on Wangal land. She holds a PhD in film from Monash University and has written extensively on artists’ moving image. She currently works as a TV screenwriter.
Scott Mclatchie (they/them) is an artist working on the lands of the Wurundjeri people, Scott works within a multidisciplinary practice focusing on the dystopian. Currently studying a Masters of Curatorship at Melbourne University and plays in a number of bands and projects in Naarm
Scott Robinson is a PhD Candidate in Philosophy and casualised academic.
Shelley McSpedden is currently research curator at Monash University Museum of Art.
Soo-Min Shim is an arts writer living between Gadigal land and Ngunawal, Ngunnawal and Ngambri land. She is currently completing her PhD at the Australian National University.
Sophie Knezic is a writer, academic and visual artist who lectures at VCA, the University of Melbourne and at the School of Art, RMIT University.
Stephen Palmer is an artist and writer.
Talia Smith is an artist and curator based in Sydney and originally from Aotearoa.
Tara Heffernan is a PhD candidate (Art History) at the University of Melbourne. Her thesis concerns the work of post-war Italian artist Piero Manzoni—specifically, the political and cultural dimensions of his employment of humour and transgression in relation to capitalist aesthetics. Heffernan’s broader research interests include politics, feminism and the lineages of modernism and the avant-gardes in contemporaneity. She has published in Third Text Online and regularly contributes to Australasian art publications such as Eyeline and Artlink.
Tiarney Miekus is a Melbourne-based writer.
Tim Alves is a writer and a teacher at Monash University Library.
Tim Riley Walsh is a curator, art historian, and writer based in Naarm Melbourne. He is Curator in Residence at Gertrude.
Timmah Ball is writer, editor and zine maker of Ballardong Noongar heritage.
Tom Melick writes and edits.
Toyah is a writer and PhD candidate living on Gadigal land. Her writing can be found in Runway Journal, Cordite, and Minarets.
Tristen Harwood is an Indigenous writer, living and working on Wurundjeri Country and Boon Wurrung Country.
Ursula Cornelia de Leeuw is a writer based in Melbourne.
Verónica Tello is Senior Lecturer, Contemporary Art History and Theory, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney.
Victoria Perin is a PhD student at the University of Melbourne.
Victoria Pham is an Australian multi-media installation artist, composer, writer and archaeologist based in the Paris, France.
Vincent Le is a catastrophe-drunk philosopher and PhD candidate at Monash University. He has taught philosophy at Deakin University and The Melbourne School of Continental Philosophy. He has published in Hypatia, Cosmos and History, Art + Australia, Šum, Horror Studies and Colloquy, among other journals. His recent work focuses on the reckless propagation of libidinal materialism.
Wes Hill is Senior Lecturer in Art History and Visual Culture at Southern Cross University, Northern NSW.