Charlotte Day appointed Associate Director, Art Museums, University of Melbourne


Charlotte Day appointed Associate Director, Art Museums, University of Melbourne

Friday February 17th, 2023

Charlotte Day has been appointed Associate Director, Art Museums at the University of Melbourne.

Charlotte will provide leadership to the University’s art museums, the Ian Potter Museum of Art and Buxton Contemporary as well as the Treasury Gallery at Old Quad.

Charlotte was formerly the Director of the Monash University Museum of Art (MUMA), a position she held since 2013 and has curatorial and arts management experience having worked in the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art (ACCA), Centre for Contemporary Photography (CCP) and Gertrude Contemporary and for the Michael Buxton Collection of Australian Art.

Charlotte has spent over two decades curating local and international projects, and recent exhibitions include co-curating with Dr Brian Martin Tree Story and curating Connecting the World Through Sculpture both at MUMA in 2021. She is also a leading commissioner of public art, and with Callum Morton and Amy Spiers co-edited the reader Let’s Go Outside: Art in Public in 2022 and worked with ARM Architects on a series of art columns for the Monash Chancellery in 2020.

Charlotte commenced in the role in April 2023.

Read more via the University of Melbourne website

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