Memo Review features a rotating group of writers from Melbourne and Monash Universities.
Rex teaches Art History in the Faculty of Art Design and Architecture at Monash University.
Helen is research curator at Monash University Museum of Art, and an assistant lecturer in Art History and Curatorial Practice in the Faculty of Art, Design & Architecture at Monash University.
Giles is a writer and musician working at Monash University and the University of Melbourne. He is the Business Manager of the AAANZ.
Beth studies Art History as well as French Language and Literature. She is undertaking a research Masters in Montréal from September 2017.
Paris is a writer from Melbourne.
Amelia is a Melbourne-based arts writer and PhD candidate in Art History at the University of Melbourne.
Victoria is commencing her PhD at the University of Melbourne. Her research concerns printmaking in Melbourne during the 1960s, 70s and 80s. In 2013, she was the Gordon Darling Intern in the Australian Prints and Drawings Department at the National Gallery of Australia.
Anna is a writer and occasional curator based in Melbourne. She is currently finishing a PhD at Melbourne University, and was previously assistant curator at Auckland Art Gallery Toi o Tāmaki.
David is a PhD Candidate in Art History and Theory at Monash University.
Francis is a writer and musician from Melbourne.
Kate is a writer, curator and researcher based in Melbourne, with a particular interest in cross-overs between contemporary art, film, photography and moving image practices. She received her PhD in Art History from Monash University in 2016.
Julia Lomas is a PhD Candidate 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).
Kylie King is an art historian based in Melbourne.
Jane Eckett is a sessional coordinator in the art history and gender studies programs at Melbourne University.
Audrey Schmidt is a writer and Melbourne Personality.
Professor Ian McLean is Hugh Ramsay Chair of Australian Art History at the Univeristy of Melbourne.
Chelsea is a curator and writer based in Melbourne.
Tiarney Miekus is a Melbourne-based writer.
Nicholas Tammens is a freelance curator, writer, and childhood educator based in Naarm (Melbourne). At Yale Union this April, he is the curator of one of the final exhibitions by Jef Geys, who passed away in February. He curates 1856, a program sited at the Victorian Trades Hall.