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MGA staff

Gallery Director           
Anouska Phizacklea

Development & Sponsorship Coordinator
Lara Goode (on leave until July 2022)
Christina Apostolidis (March 2021 – January 2022)
Kerry Pryor

Senior Curator           
Pippa Milne

Exhibitions & Operations Coordinator
Cait Burgoyne (on leave until January 2023)
Charles Robertson

Stella Loftus-Hills

Education & Public Engagement Coordinator           
Grace Longato (October 2020 – July 2021)
Alma Tooke (August – December 2021)
Jessica Schwientek

Gallery Framer           
Omar Qaradaghi

Education & Public Programs Coordinator
Stephanie Richter (on leave until October 2022)

Gallery Registrar           
Katie Tremschnig

Visitor Services - Commercial Operations Coordinator
Ellenie Zahariou

MGA Committee of Management

MGA is the City of Monash's public art gallery. MGA's governing board the MGA Committee of Management oversees the gallery's affairs.

Membership of the Committee of Management

      • Natasha Bowness (Chair)
      • Val Brown
      • Nick Fletcher
      • Kirsty Grant
      • Kathryn Hendy-Ekers
      • Karina Lamb (City of Monash officer, ex-officio)
      • Felicia Mariani
      • Cr Shane McCluskey (Council representative)
      • David Rosetzky
      • Cr Tina Samardzija (Council representative)
      • Matt Soulsby

External advisors to MGA's Collection Committee

Isobel Crombie
Dr Milton Harris
Dr David Rosenthal

MGA Committee of Management public meetings dates, minutes and agendas can be found here

Please contact MGA on 03 8544 0500, one week prior to the date of the meeting to register your intention to attend.

Ponch Hawkes and Woody 2013
hand-coloured pigment ink-jet print
40.0 x 40.0 cm
Monash Gallery of Art, City of Monash Collection\
donated through the Australian Government's Cultural Gifts Program by Ruth Maddison 2015
MGA 2015.056
courtesy of the artist

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