As Manager of USC Art Gallery, Megan is responsible for delivering a vibrant and contemporary program of exhibitions and events and cultivating the USC Art Collection for the education, enjoyment and inspiration of USC students, staff and the wider community.
Megan has over ten years’ experience as cultural programmer, curator, and writer. Prior to commencing at USC in 2016, Megan worked at QUT, Brisbane and was responsible for managing public programming activities across QUT Precincts premier cultural venues QUT Art Museum, the William Robinson Gallery, The Cube, and the Creative Industries Precinct. In her time at QUT, Megan was twice awarded a Vice Chancellor’s Performance Fund Award for ‘recognition of significant and superior contribution to the work of the University’.
Megan has curated many exhibitions of contemporary Australian visual art. Recent curatorial projects include: Judith Wright: Desire, Foundations edge: Artists and technology, Beata Batorowicz: Tales within historical spaces, Remarks on colour: Australian watercolours and William Robinson: The transfigured landscape. Megan has project managed and written essays for major monographs on the work of Australian artists including Judith Wright and Beata Batorowicz, and has written numerous catalogue essays.