Art Monthly is Australasia’s flagship visual arts publication, providing a critical platform for its artists. Published since 1987 under six full-time editors (Peter Townsend, Peter Timms, Philippa Kelly, Deborah Clark, Maurice O’Riordan and, from 2014, Michael Fitzgerald), it is Australasia’s only monthly visual arts magazine placing visual arts in a contemporary, historical and regional context.
Based at the ANU School of Art in Canberra since 1992, Art Monthly is a non-profit charitable organisation whose income is derived from sales of the magazine, advertising, sponsorship and government funding. Its board comprises leaders in their fields of visual arts scholarship, practice and curating, along with business and finance.
Since 2015, Art Monthly has also fostered critical discourse across the Asia-Pacific region with a new International Council, which, along with increased participation at international art fairs and biennales, is helping to provide a meaningful new context for its visual artists.
Editor Michael Fitzgerald
Creative Director Patrick Leong
Publication Manager Anne-Marie Jean
Assistant Publication Manager Rachel Powell
Business Development Karen Brown
Volunteers Esther Carlin, Aishah Kenton, Brooke Mceachern, Jess Semler and Ila Silakka
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Art Monthly Australia Ltd Board
Ann Stephen (Chair), Michael Fitzgerald (ex-officio),
Helen Ennis, Denise Ferris, Hannah Kothe,
Andrew McNamara, Christine Nicholls, Leigh Robb,
Claire Roberts, Zara Stanhope and Paul Tilley (Treasurer)
Geoffrey Batchen, Zoe Butt, Melissa Chiu, Anthony Gardner,
Jenny Harper, Yuki Kihara, Robert Leonard, Russell Storer and Khadija von Zinnenburg Carroll
Art Monthly Australasia upporters
Durganand Balsavar, Joanna Barrkman, Joseph Falsone, Natalie King, John Mateer, Ian McLean and David Williams
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