Catherine Woolley

Catherine Woolley

Curatorial & Public Engagement Officer
UNSW Galleries
School of Art & Design

Catherine is an arts professional and emerging curator with over six years’ experience working in the visual arts sector. She is currently the Curatorial & Public Engagement Officer at UNSW Galleries working across curatorial research, exhibition development, public programming and education initiatives. Prior to this, Catherine was Curatorial Assistant, UNSW Galleries (2019–21); Student Advisor & Administrative Officer, UNSW Art & Design (2018–19); Gallery Assistant, UNSW Galleries (2016–18); and has been involved in projects with Biennale of Sydney, Carriageworks, and Kaldor Public Art Projects (2016).

Since 2017, Catherine has coordinated the 'A&D ANNUAL' exhibition and website, UNSW School of Art & Design’s graduate showcase. Catherine has also contributed research to the 2019 Countess Report by collecting data on gender representation in Australia’s visual arts sector, and has published writing in 'Framework: Critical Arts Journal'. Catherine completed her Bachelor of Art Theory (Honours) at UNSW Art & Design in 2017, graduating with First Class Honours and the award of University Medal.

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