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Wallace, Sue-Anne

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Pharmacist, Museum curator and Museum administrator

1975 - 1985Senior Clinical Pharmacist at the Royal Canberra Hospital
1985Janet Wilkie Memorial Scholarship received from the Australian National University (ANU)
1985 - 1988Lecturer at the Australian National University (ANU), Australian Capital Territory
1988 - 1991Head of Education Access at the National Gallery of Australia, Australian Capital Territory
1989Art Museums Association Australia Professional Development Award
1990Athens Research Scholarship received from the Australian Archaeological Institute
1991 - 1993Senior Curator at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney
1992British Council Visitor Scheme Award received
1993 - 1996Adjunct Professor at Boston University, Sydney Campus
1994 - Assessor at the Australian Research Council
1994 - 1996Director of the Visual Arts/Craft Board at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney
1994 - 1996Vice-President of Museums Australia
1994 - 1997Director of the Australian Council at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1996 - Member of the National Advisory Board Centre for Cross Cultural Research
1996President of Museums Australia
1996 - 1997Founding Director of Audience Development at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney
1996 - 2000Representative for New South Wales on the National Council of the Constitutional Centenary Foundation
1996 - 2000Member of the Australian Cultural Heritage Forum
1997 - 1999Director of Education and Curatorial Programs at the Museum of Contemporary Art in Sydney
1998 - Member of the Council of Australian Indigenous Cultural Network
1999 - Director of the QUT Cultural Precinct at the Queensland University of Technology
2001 - Councillor of the National Trust Queensland


Structure based on ISAAR(CPF) - click here for an explanation of the fields.Prepared by: Ailie Smith
Created: 6 March 2003
Modified: 28 April 2003

Published by The University of Melbourne eScholarship Research Centre on ASAPWeb, 1994 - 2007
Originally published 1994-1999 by Australian Science Archives Project, 1999-2006 by the Australian Science and Technology Heritage Centre
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