Gael Newton AM
Gael is a Curatorial Consultant/Researcher across several fields of interest, including photography, arts and the humanities.
Approved to value Australian and international photography for the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program.
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Paul Costigan is an independent writer, commentator, researcher and consultant on many things visual arts, photography, urban design, development and planning, and a host of related climate change issues. I also have an interest in and experience on arts and not for profit boards and administration.
Prime interests: Photography, Arts, Culture and Urban Issues.
Action on climate change starts within our urban environments and this should start in our backyards.
Employment and related background is:
13 years as the CEO for the Australia Institute of Landscape Architects
National Director for Museums Australia
Executive Officer for an Arts and Recreation Industry Advisory Body (involved lots of education and training matters, including accreditation)
Artistic Director of Megalo Access Arts (Screenprint and access arts)
arts advocacy and part-time writer on the visual arts
committees and boards of management of arts and not for profit companies
Somewhere back there I was a school teacher
two years as a national serviceman in the army
Bachelor of Arts (Visual Arts); specialising in photography and print making (Screenprint)
Between 2014 and 2023, I wrote regular opinion pieces on urban, political and cultural matters for local newspapers and news magazines in Canberra.