Kagi | By Night
Dr Douglas Kagi has been a collector of prints since the mid-1970s, and has amassed a major collection of limited edition artists’ etchings, screen prints, woodcuts and lithographs. Kagi By Night is an opportunity to explore part of this amazing collection with Curatorial Assistant, Madeline Brewer.
Price: $10 | $8 Friends of the Gallery
Where: Rockhampton Art Gallery (entry via the front entry of the Gallery, directly off Victoria Parade)
Who: All welcome, come along and hear about the Kagi Collection at the Gallery.
Parking: Victoria Parade or Bolsover Car Park behind the Gallery
About the Guide
Madeline Brewer, Rockhampton Art Gallery’s Curatorial Assistant, has worked in a range of federal government cultural institutions including the National Gallery of Australia, National Museum of Australia and the Australian National University School of Art and Design. She is an early-career curator, and within these institutions has held an eclectic range of positions in Public Programs, Marketing and Communications and Curatorial departments which have provided an assortment of professional skills. Madeline is passionate about ensuring arts education and exhibitions are accessible to diverse demographics, and is currently working towards expanding and developing the Rockhampton Art Gallery’s scope of engagement. In addition, Madeline is working proactively alongside key Gallery stakeholders to secure efficient and progressive exhibition programming for the New Rockhampton Art Gallery.
Madeline Brewer holds a Bachelor in Art History and Curatorship from the Australian National University. Through her studies she attained specialist knowledge of South-east Asian art history, as well as Australian Modern and Postmodern Art. She has studied the strategic trajectory and specific collecting strengths of Australian art galleries and museums at depth and is interested in the political and art historical relationships between Australia and South-east Asia.
image: Eduardo Paolozzi | Turing Collection 2000 | Colour photo screen-print. Donated through the Cultural Gifts Program 2008 by Douglas Kagi.
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Friday, 08 November 2019 | 06:00 PM
- 07:00 PM
Rockhampton Art Gallery, 62 Victoria Parade, Rockhampton City 4700 View Map