Andrew Tetzlaff is the Coordinator of RMIT Intersect, a boutique and dynamic program of gallery exhibitions, studio residencies and art-based events at RMIT University. Andrew has a long history of working in tertiary education, international project development and grass-roots cultural organisations. He is a practice-based researcher who has curated and collaboratively produced over 100 exhibitions and cultural projects. As an academic, he has lectured in the university’s art and art-enterprise courses and has presented and written critically on contemporary art and curation.

From 2008 to 2017 Andrew served on the board of BLINDSIDE, an artist-run initiative located in the heart of Melbourne. At BLINDSIDE he championed young and emerging practice and opened up a range of opportunities and stepping stones for artists who make in progressive, innovative and unconventional ways. 

Andrew holds a Master of Fine Art from the RMIT University, where he is presently pursuing a PhD by practice. 

Image: Photography by Keelan O'Hehir