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  • CHARACTERISTICS OF ART SPACES

  • NGV

    PUBLIC GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS

    “A public art museum is an art museum, gallery or art space that is owned by or on behalf of the public.”

    - Public Galleries Association of Victoria

  • NGV

  • LYON HOUSE MUSEUM

    PRIVATE MUSEUMS AND COLLECTIONS

    Art is shown in hotel foyers, banks, boardrooms and corporate offices.

  • LYON HOUSE MUSEUM

  • COMMERCIAL GALLERIES

    LESLEY KEHOE GALLERIES

    Private businesses that operate to make a profit or provide an income for their owners and the artists they represent.

  • LESLEY KEHOE GALLERIES

  • WEST SPACE

    ARTIST RUN INITIATIVES (ARI’s) Art spaces that are run in the style of a co-operative and funded by its members.

  • WEST SPACE

  • PADDLE8

    VIRTUAL OR ONLINE GALLERIES Artists at any level of experience, from any location around the world, can now post their artworks online – this has democratised the exhibition and sales process.

  • PADDLE8

  • CITYLIGHTS PROJECT

    ALTERNATIVE ARTS SPACES Some artists choose to make their artwork freely available to all by painting murals, paste-ups and other arts interventions in the public domain.

  • CITYLIGHTS PROJECT

  • Hamilton Art Gallery

  • Hamilton Art Gallery Public Art Gallery

  • Hamilton Art Gallery Public Art Gallery Opened in 1961

  • Hamilton Art Gallery Public Art Gallery Opened in 1961

    Funded and operated by SGSC (local gov) Assistance from Creative Victoria (state gov)

  • Hamilton Art Gallery Public Art Gallery Opened in 1961

    Funded and operated by SGSC (local gov) Assistance from Creative Victoria (state gov)

    Not-for-profit Any income invested back into the organisation

  • PROFESSIONAL ROLES WITHIN THE GALLERY

  • DIRECTOR

    PROFESSIONAL ROLES WITHIN THE GALLERY

    CURATOR REGISTRAR FRONT OF HOUSE

    MARKETERS TECHNICIANS COLLECTIONS EDUCATION

  • PROFESSIONAL ROLES WITHIN THE GALLERY

    CURATOR

  • NGV

    27 curators over 10 specialist disciplines

  • ROLE OF THE CURATOR

    Researching and interpreting artworks

    Managing exhibitions

    Writing texts on exhibitions, works and artists

    Preparing acquisition proposals

    Delivering floor talks and lectures

    Assisting with conservation

    Writing of collection policies

    Development of exhibition program

    Handling artworks

    Liaising with other staff to promote exhibitions.

  • CURATORIAL SELECTION Exhibitions can explore a variety of ideas, and are intended to provide insight into

    art and its various contexts.

  • A particular subject or theme

    The development of an artist’s work Relationship between works by different artists

    How artworks relate to cultures, histories and ideas

    The nature and use of a particular medium

    The art of a particular individual, group of artists, or artistic style

    The art of a particular time and/or place

    CURATORIAL SELECTION Exhibitions can explore a variety of ideas, and are intended to provide insight into

    art and its various contexts. For example:

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