John has over 35 years’ experience in the visual arts as a practising artist, gallery director, curator, lecturer, consultant, board member, bureaucrat, and peer assessor. His curatorial work has included both gallery exhibitions, art strategies and public art commissions. John’s professional responsibilities have included a broad spectrum of visual arts including programs for grant funding, public art, design, and First Nations visual arts activity. John has undertaken numerous curatorial and project management activities for a range of clients including State and Local Government, private developers, universities, libraries and Aboriginal Corporations. He is an award winner and Churchill Fellow.
Jodie has worked extensively in the creative sector including working with collaborative teams of artists, designers and other professionals to find creative solutions for our cities and public spaces. Over the past decade Jodie has played an instrumental role in a number of significant public art projects in Australia, the Middle East and China. Jodie specialises in art and design strategy development (including cultural research, project visioning, creative workshops, consultation and curatorial framework development) and in providing curatorial and strategic advice to artists and clients to realise complex art projects.
Alicia holds a Bachelor of Fine Art (majoring in Interdisciplinary Sculpture) obtained through Queensland College of Art - Griffith University and a Diploma in Events Management (Torrens University, Brisbane). With a strong eye for detail, a refined sense of design, Alicia is committed to delivering strong visual conversations that engage a wide range of viewers. Alicia works closely with both represented and associate artists from the initial stage to facilitate high quality exhibitions and meaningful partnerships interstate and abroad. She applies a range of practical and visual skills to ensure seamless project deliveries. Her strong ability to maintain valuable working relationships with artists, collectors and collaborators is unique and Alicia consistently demonstrates a resourcefulness that many Gallery clients will attest to.
Taylor is an emerging curator and gallerist with a passion for creating innovation in both digital and physical spaces, and through generating new ways of connecting with audiences. Taylor has completed a Bachelor of Arts degree through the University of Queensland with an extended Major in Art History and a Minor in Communications. She is an active member of the Brisbane arts scene and has worked closely with emerging artists and arts workers as president of the ‘The UQ Society of Fine Arts’. Taylor passionately combines a keen interest in curation together with her role in communications for Onespace. This combined skillset ensures that the work of our artists and the content of our exhibitions connect in an inclusive and accessible way, both through physical experiences in the gallery, and through digital content delivered in our online platforms and social media.