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Please contact us to contribute and participate to the CAF site including essays, reviews, responses, artwork and events.

Catriona Moore: co-convenor

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Catriona’s career as a critic, theorist and art historian historian is dedicated to women modernist artists and contemporary feminist, environmental and comparative post-colonial visual art and culture (especially former British Dominions and new Republics). She has published widely on feminist aesthetics and women in art. Her feminist art histories include Indecent Exposures: Twenty years of Australian Feminist Photography (Allen & Unwin) and 
Dissonance: Feminism and the Arts 1970 -90 
(ed, Allen & Unwin with Artspace
, Sydney). She was a member of the Artworkers Union Affirmative Action for Women in the Visual Arts committee in the mid-1980s. She is senior lecturer in Art History and Film Studies at the University of Sydney and is co-convenor of the research cluster Contemporary Art and Feminism.

Jo Holder : co-convenor

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Is the director of The Cross Art Projects in Sydney and co-convenor of the independent research cluster Contemporary Art and Feminism. Her curatorial projects often engage with equity and justice issues such as Elastics: Darwin<>Sydney<>Dili (2014, Chan Contemporary Art Space, Darwin) and Green Bans Art Walk (2011, Performance Space Walks series, Sydney). She was director of SH Ervin Gallery, National Trust, Sydney (1997–1999) and co-director, Mori Gallery, Sydney (1984–92). She was co-editor with Joan Kerr of Past Present An Anthology on the National Women’s Art Project (1997) and Joan Kerr, A Singular Voice: Essays on Australian Architecture (ed., Candice Bruce, Dinah Dysart and Jo Holder, 2009). For the twentieth anniversary of International Women’s Year, she co-ordinated the National Women’s Art Exhibition comprising simultaneous exhibitions in over 150 galleries, museums and libraries (1995).

Jane Polkinghorne CAF communications

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Jane is a Sydney based artist and teacher with a practice of over twenty years across a range of mediums, including film/video, photography and sculpture. Her practice is a critical and humorous examination of pathos and horror surrounding representations of the gendered body. She is currently a PhD candidate at Sydney College of the Arts, investigating humour and disgust in relation to contemporary art.

 

Jasmin Stephens: curator/research

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Jasmin Stephens is a freelance curator and writer who lives in Sydney. Her interest in the politics of curating and its relationship to feminism has developed through recent exhibitions with artists such as Barbara Campbell and Alex Martinis Roe at UTS Gallery, University of Technology, Sydney, and Pinaree Sanpitak at Sherman Contemporary Art Foundation, Sydney. As part of Contemporary Art and Feminism, she has curated the exhibitions, My Sisters and other Ghosts: Genevieve Chua, Imhathai Suwatthanasilp, Bussaraporn Thongchai (2015) and Raquel Ormella – Artists as Cartoonists, or Extended Black and White (2016); and the film screenings, CAF Commons, with curator Susan Gibb and artists Wendelien van Oldenborgh and Alex Martinis Roe (2014-15) at The Cross Art Projects, Sydney.

 

Catherine Hickson: project manager

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Catherine is an artist and educator. A recent graduate of Master of Museum Studies at University of Sydney Catherine is Project Manager of Future Feminist Archive. She brings to the project a strong interest in curating regionalism and education programming.

 


Eric Riddler

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Eric Riddler is an art historian and researcher who is currently the Visual Resources Librarian at the Art Gallery of New South Wales National Art Archive. He has worked on a number of exhibitions, publications and research projects about Australian and New Zealand artists, especially in the mid twentieth century.



Thanks to
Curatorial Interns: Eleanor Bosler (2013) and Cecilia Jackson (2014).
Thanks to Matilda Bailey for research/blog (2016).

CAF Steering Committee


The CAF Steering Committee meets quarterly by Callout.

Those who have attended or contributed submissions to date:
Tess Allas, Robyn Backen, Loma Bridge, Laura Castigliani, Tania Creighton, John Cruthers, Debra Dawes, Elizabeth Day, Bec Dean, Chris Dean, Kelly Doley, Jackie Dunn, Jane Dyer, Nicolle Ellis, Bonita Ely, Julie Ewington, Cherine Fahd, Sofia Freeman, Gillian Fuller, Anna Gibbs, Sylvia Griffith, Jan Guy, Bianca Hester, Jo Holder, Bronia Iwanczak, Craig Judd, Deborah Kelly, Fiona MacDonald, Margaret Mayhew, Joanna Mendelssohn, Clare Milledge, Jacqueline Millner, Karen Mills, Catriona Moore, Brigid Noone, Maurice O’Riordan, Courtney Pedersen, Juliette Peers, Caroline Philips, Jane Polkinghorne, Paula do Prado, Elvis Richardson, Jacqueline Rose, Julie Rrap, Mary Scott, Natalie Seiz, Di Smith, Jasmine Stephens, Ingrid van der Aa, Deborah Vaighan, Toni Warburton, Gemma Weston, Linda Wilken, Kate Williams

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