Natalie has enjoyed 10 years experience in the Perth cultural sector as a museum consultant and curator. She has worked at local, state and international government levels as well as working with independent organisations and local communities.
Natalie studied Cultural Heritage & History at Curtin University, and has never stopped seeking opportunities to learn, build networks and creatively share stories.
Natalie is committed to building skills in the sector, helping our members deliver sustainable collections and help connect galleries, museums, partners, communities and the wider public in ways that celebrate culture and collections in engaging and innovative ways.
Sam is a passionate advocate for the arts. With a background in design, marketing and branding, Sam has applied his experience to his work in the GLAM sector. He brings to AMaGA Western Australia a strong knowledge of digital marketing, Australian art history, branding and communications.
Having lived in the South West of WA, Sam has a deep appreciation for what art and culture can bring to regional and rural areas. Sam has worked and collaborated with various museums and galleries across the South West. He has worked with the Bunbury Regional Art Gallery for the past three years on marketing and exhibitions. Sam has coordinated touring exhibitions, has experience in grant writing and project planning. Sam holds a Graduate Diploma in Art History from the University of Western Australia, along with undergraduate studies in visual art, marketing and design from Edith Cowan University.
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Sarah is passionate about stories. She has previously worked in programs, collections, and digitisation at the National Maritime Museum, WA Museum, and Perth History Centre, but she also has a soft spot for community museums and local historical societies.
Sarah has a Master of Museums and Heritage Studies, a Graduate Diploma in Education, and a BA in Cultural Studies and Writing. In addition to the CHART Regional Coordinator role at AMaGA Western Australia, she performs a program facilitator role at WA Museum Boola Bardip. She is professionally interested in new engagement methods, so she is thrilled to be working on a state-wide digital collections database for the public. In her spare time she writes a nerdy blog and researches a book about the colonial life of her ancestors.
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