Eleanor is an Adelaide-based independent curator and writer. From 2013 2019 she was the Visual Arts Program Curator at Country Arts SA, and before that the Visual Arts Coordinator at Tandanya National Aboriginal Cultural Institute from 2011 2013. She has previously held volunteer roles including co-director of FELTspace ARI. She graduated with a Masters in Curatorial and Museum Studies from the University of Adelaide in 2012, and is the current Chair of the Art History and Curatorship Alumni Network, which supports graduates with networking and professional development opportunities. From 2014-2016 she sat on the Board of Directors of the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, and from 2017-2019 on the Board of ACE Open. In 2015 Eleanor travelled to Venice where she was a Team Leader at the Australian Pavilion at the Venice Biennale, as part of the Australia Councils Professional Development program. In 2018 she received a Darling Travel Grant, which saw her travel to the UK and Italy to research community engagement strategies in contemporary art spaces. Scicchitanos curatorial practice commonly involves working with artists to explore identity and the body, and the way in which the body is used as a vehicle in contemporary art to challenge and explore who they are. In 2017 she presented Im a feminist but… at Praxis Artspace, Adelaide, as part of FRAN Fest 2017. It was re-presented in the Walkway Gallery, Bordertown in 2018. She has previously curated exhibitions at the Contemporary Art Centre of South Australia, the Australian Experimental Art Foundation, Canberra Contemporary Art Space, FELTspace ARI and Artbank, Sydney.
2019 Curatorial Intensive in Auckland Public Symposium Sunday, August 4, 2019 10am2pm Artspace Aotearoa 300 Karangahape Rd Auckland, New Zealand 1145 FREE and open to the public This public symposium concludes Independent Curators International (ICI)s 2019 Curatorial Intensive in Auckland. This is ICIs first Curatorial Intensive in T?maki Makaurau Auckland, Aotearoa New Zealand which draws […]read more »