Through McCulloch Art Projects we offer:
• curatorial services to create exhibitions for the public and private sector
• the presentation of illustrated lectures on Australian and especially Indigenous art, exhibition floor talks and in conversations with artists
• a comprehensive art consultancy for the private and public sector
• professional judging of art prizes
• project management of cross cultural art partnerships between Indigenous and non Indigenous artists and galleries
Our work includes linking Australia’s leading public and private galleries, art centres, tertiary institutions and private collectors through a wide range of publishing, exhibition and other projects.
Our longstanding interest in and knowledge of the field of Aboriginal art as seen by the success of our top selling book McCulloch’s Contemporary Aboriginal Art: the complete guide led to us working with a number of partners in the field of Aboriginal art.
Our comprehensive lectures on this subject have become highly popular in both the private and public sectors.
Through our extensive curatorial services, exhibition programme and art consultancy we select, show and advise on fine quality Australian and especially Indigenous art.
Susan McCulloch is also a regular judge of art prizes. These have included in recent years, the Geelong Contemporary Art Prize, the National Works on Paper Award (MPRG), the Alice Prize, the Hahndorf Prize, the Fleurieu Prize for Landscape Painting and the Sunshine Coast Art Prize.
Our book partnerships have included those with two art centres; Mornington Island Arts Centre & Kaltjiti Arts. These have resulted in two publications, The Heart of Everything: the art and artists of Mornington & Bentinck Islands and Painting the Song: Kaltjiti Artists of the sand dune country. Other partnership books have been those on Pat Corrigan’s Aboriginal art collection, New Beginnings; Classic Paintings from the Corrigan Collection of 21st Century Aboriginal Art, and a survey of Ken Hinds' Aboriginal art collection; Across Country: selections from the Ken Hinds Cultural Collection, curated by Susan McCulloch for the Caloundra Regional Art Gallery and OuterSite; the international public art projects of RMIT.
All books are available directly as well as through our trade distributor, Thames & Hudson.