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Dr

Georgina S. Walker

Honorary
private museums
cultural philanthropy
private collector's museum
museums
art collectors
museums in australia
the private collector's museum
private museums and bequests
private collecting
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Dr

Georgina S. Walker

 
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Dr

Georgina S. Walker

 

Georgina Walker is a graduate of the Art History and Curatorship Department of the University of Melbourne. She is an Honorary Research Fellow at the University of Melbourne and teaches in Art History, Curatorial and Museum Studies.

Membership of cultural, educational and public board: Member of the Board of Management, Duldig Studio, 2019. Her research and publications contribute to the emerging and growing field of museum, curatorial and art market studies in Australia and globally. It connects the rising popularity of private museums with new models of cultural philanthropy, curatorial practice and new inter-relationships between private and public art museums within a historical and contemporary context. Georgina’s current research interests include the recent and fast-growing number of private, national and international museums that have emerged in the Asia-Pacific and Gulf regions.

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Honours, Awards and Fellowships

2014

School Research and Graduate Studies (The University of Melbourne)

2013

Alma Hansen (The University of Melbourne)

2013

Ursula Hoff Art History (The University of Melbourne)

2013

Norman Macgeorge (The University of Melbourne)

2013

Melbourne Abroad Travelling Scholarship (The University of Melbourne)

2013

Graduate Research in Arts Travel Scheme (The University of Melbourne)

2012

Australian Postgraduate Award (APA) (Australian Commonwealth)

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Awards

Credentials

Positions


Honorary

Culture And Communication

Casual

Culture And Communication

Casual

Culture And Communication

Casual

Culture And Communication

Casual

Culture And Communication

Member Of The Board Of Management

Duldig Studio

Icom Regular Museum Professional

International Council of Museums (ICOM)

Education


Doctor of Philosophy

University of Melbourne

Master of Art Curatorship by Minor Thesis

University of Melbourne

Post Graduate Diploma in Art Curatorial Studies

University of Melbourne

Bachelor of Arts

RMIT University