Library at the Dock

Development of Strategic Plan for Exhibition Space

Artist's Estate

Lenton Parr Estate
Image: Constellation, 1960

Wall Art by Bailer, Maribyrnong

Bailer (detail) commissioned for the Maribyrnong City  Council StreetWorks program.

Exhibitions

Curated travelling exhibition Textural Apprehensions: photography by Robert Colvin and Sean Loughrey. Photo by Ektavo.

Books

Exhibitions: a practical guide for small museums and galleries
Photo by Ektavo.

Exhibition

Angry Red Planet, Steve Radic
Gallery 101, Melbourne

ABOUT

Cultural Matters is an Arts, Museum and Heritage consultancy founded by Georgia Rouette in 2003 with the aim of helping artists, artists’ estates, arts organisations, local government, museums, and the heritage sector to realise their ideas and projects.

 

Our passion as Art, Museum and Heritage Consultants is to see the value of art and culture appreciated by many people through connections. Our vision is to see quality projects realised.

WHAT WE DO

Wall Art (Graffiti/Street Art)

Wall Art (Graffiti/street art) projects are commissioned to provide opportunities for artists to create unencumbered, to address illegal graffiti and add aesthetic, social and economic value to community.

Galleries, Heritage, Local Museums, Government

Our goal is to ensure all museums, galleries, local government and heritage organisations can tell their stories in a meaningful and relevant way for their communities and to be valued and recognised as significant organisations.

For Artists

We work hard for artists so that they may have the opportunities to create, exhibit and contribute in the cultural landscape unencumbered and to be noticed by gallerists, curators, collectors and museums.

Public Art

Public art, whether it is sculpture, installation, performative, conceptual, wall art, ephemeral, or permanent actively contributes to the story of place, identity and can provoke varied responses. We see public art as engaging in conversations that otherwise might not occur.