Pedro de Almeida is a curator, writer and arts manager. Over the past decade he has developed and delivered artistic and cultural programs for Sydney arts organisations, with a broad range of partners, that have been distinguished by their engagement of culturally and socially diverse artists, communities and audiences. Since 2012 he has been Program Manager at 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art, Sydney, and from 2008-2011 was Program Coordinator at Campbelltown Arts Centre in Sydney’s western suburbs. Pedro’s writing on art is published regularly and has appeared in ArtAsiaPacific, Art & Australia, Art Monthly Australasia, American Suburb X, Broadsheet Journal, Photofile and un Magazine among others. He has authored and contributed to several exhibition catalogues and artists’ monographs including, most recently, TV Moore: With Love & Squalor (2015). In 2014 he undertook a secondment at Delfina Foundation, London. He is Editor of The 4A Papers, a member of the Editorial Advisory Board for Broadsheet Journal, and is currently undertaking a Master of Philosophy at University of New South Wales Art & Design with research in the politics of art and public housing.