Georgia Rouette, Principal Consultant

MA Art History, (Monash), Art Curatorship and Museum Management, (Melbourne) Post Grad Dip Art History (Thesis), (Monash) BA Political Science (La Trobe)

Georgia has been working in and with galleries, museums, local government, representing artists and working with artist’s estates for over 25 years. She has held positions of Director, Curator and Exhibition Manager in state, regional and local government in organisations such as Museum Victoria, Immigration Museum, McClelland Gallery and Sculpture Park, Bendigo Art Gallery, Performing Arts Museum, City of Port Phillip, City of Boroondara and Museums Australia (Victoria).

She has received research and projects grants from the Gordon Darling Foundation, Ian Potter Foundation, Besen Family Foundation, Arts Victoria, Helen Macpherson Smith Trust, Harold Mitchell Foundation and attended the coveted Museum Leadership Program at the Melbourne Business School, in 2001 and 2005.

Georgia writes widely on art and museology, presents at national conferences such as Museums Australia and the Art Association of New Zealand and Australia, conducts workshops in museum management, exhibitions and curating and

Her professional affiliations have included: Australian & New Zealand Facility Report Working Party, Museums Australia, Art Craft and Design Panel-Museums, Galleries, Australia, National Association for the Visual Arts Contemporary Sculptors Association Executive Committee.

The passion she has for the cultural sector and to help as many cultural organisations and artists led her to develop her consultancy. Since 2003 she has helped the sector and artists in numerous ways. Her aim is to see quality, out of the box ideas realised in an ever- increasing competitive environment.

Every project is considered carefully, sympathetically and sensitively.  Georgia works with associates who are experts in their fields and specialist teams are drawn together to achieve the best outcome for each project.

Image Credits

  1. Artists Bailer and Frank Maiorana, St Kilda. Photo by p1xels.