Alice-Anne Psaltis

Alice-Anne Psaltis graduated with a Bachelor of Business Management and a Bachelor of Arts Honours (Class I) in Art History from the University of Queensland in 2015, and was also awarded the Donald Tugby Prize for Art History. While completing her studies, Alice-Anne worked as Front of House Attendant and Curatorial Assistant at the UQ Art Museum. In 2016, she took on the role of Education and Public Programs Officer at the UQ Art Museum. She is currently Public Programs Officer at the Queensland Art Gallery | Gallery of Modern Art. Alice-Anne also maintains an independent practice as an emerging arts writer, and has written articles for Jugglers Art Space, Arts Management Quarterly and also presented a paper at the International Australian Studies Conference in December 2016. Her main areas of interest include art and society, Australian Indigenous Art, art historiography and arts institutions as spaces for public participation and education.

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Systems of Black Power: Richard Bell’s Aboriginal Tent Embassy


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