Sharmila Wood began her career in commercial galleries while at school in Sydney, Australia. She has managed the Roebourne Art Group, where she curated a number of exhibitions that toured Australia. In New Delhi, Wood worked with designers and artisans at the intersection of design, craft, and cultural development. While in India she was employed by UNESCO to write the publication, Co-Creating: Artisan and Designer Interactions. Wood has curated exhibitions in New Delhi, Tokyo, and Paris. In 2011, she joined FORM as a Curator where she has organized numerous interdisciplinary exhibitions. She was a finalist in the Innovation, Visual Art, and Community Engagement categories for the Australian Arts in Asia Award for her work developing an Australian and Indian cross-cultural collaboration. She curated the photography exhibition, Pilbara Stories, which was shown in Australia and India as part of the Australian Cultural Festival. More recently, Wood secured funding from Google Earth Outreach to develop Ngarluma Ngurra: Aboriginal Culture on the mapan immersive, multimedia digital mapping exhibition. Wood is a curator at PUBLIC an initiative that brings street and digital artists together to activate shared and public spaces. She has written and edited numerous catalogue publications and contributed to journals including Art Monthly Australia, Interartive, DRONAH, and the Context Journal. She received her MA in Art History and Curatorship from the University of Sydney.
Spring 2014 Curatorial Intensive Public Symposium: Tuesday, March 25, 2014 10am6pm ICI Curatorial Hub 401 Broadway, Suite 1620 New York, NY 10013 FREE Join ICI and the Spring 2014 Curatorial Intensive on Tuesday, March 25 for a daylong public symposium where the participants will present the exhibition and project proposals that they have developed through […]read more »