Associate Professor Alison Inglis
Associate Professor, Art History
School of Culture and Communication, University of Melbourne
Alison Inglis is Associate Professor in Art History in the School of Culture and Communication at the University of Melbourne and Co-Director of the Australian Institute of Art History. Alison has co-ordinated the MA of Art Curatorship programme for many years and teaches subjects in art museum management, as well as on the materials and techniques of art. Her research interests include nineteenth-century British and Australian art and the history of collections and exhibitions. Inglis’ membership of cultural, educational and public boards and committees includes: Member of Museums Board of Victoria (2015 - present); Member of Board of Directors, Heide Museum of Modern Art 2005 –2015 ; Council of Trustees, National Gallery of Victoria 1995 - 2003, Emeritus Trustee National Gallery of Victoria, 2010; Member of the University’s Indigenous Cultural Collections Advisory Group 2011 - 2015; Member of Donald Thomson Collection Administration Committee 1998 - 2015. Recent publications include: Australian Art Exhibitions: Opening Our Eyes, with J. Mendelssohn, C. Speck and C. De Lorenzo, Thames & Hudson Australia, Melbourne, 2018; For Auld Lang Syne: Images of Scottish Australia from First Fleet to Federation, with P. Macdonald, Art Gallery of Ballarat, Ballarat, 2014.