ABOUT FIONA HILLARY
Fiona Hillary is a lecturer in the Masters of Art - Art in Public Space at RMIT University.
Fiona has extensive experience in practice-led-research curating the Centre for Art, Society and Transformation’s Urban Laboratory since 2013. Fiona’s curatorial interest lies in praxiological approaches to test-sites of public practice.
Working with neon, social practice and in collaborative contexts Fiona has experience in permanent and ephemeral works. a place for gathering is a permanent neon and sound work commissioned by the City of Greater Dandenong and located in Douglas Street, Noble Park. She is interested in the development and impact of atmospheres in public practice.
As a member of the Gertrude Street Projection Association Board, Fiona has been a part of a dedicated team growing the capacity of the festival. She also has extensive experience working in a range of arts roles in local government.