Art Education Victoria is governed by an elected council of volunteers. Find out more about our 2016-17 councillors below.
We also have five committees that oversee the different aspects of AEV:
- Early Years/Primary
- Marketing & Communications
Our Life Members are individuals who have made remarkable contributions to visual art education and to the association within their time in AEV.
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I'm a professional economist and a public servant. I joined Art Education Victoria Council as Treasurer in 2013. I believe that art education has immense value and that visual literacy, creativity, experimentation and critical thinking are integral to a resilient and thriving twenty-first century...Read more
Sash FernandoCreative Director of Principle Design
Sash is the Creative Director of Principle Design - a design studio that focuses on assisting ethical organisations grow. He is a graphic designer, visual thinker and world traveller, Sash brings with him a wealth of international experience, gained from...Read more
Amy Grevis JamesCouncilor
I’m an art educator with six years experience in gallery education and four years in classroom teaching. I currently holds the role of Arts Officer: Education and Community Engagement at Moonee Valley City Council’s Incinerator Gallery and was previously Schools...Read more
Karen GallagherOlivia Newton-John Cancer Wellness & Research Centre
As a child I would always reply ‘Art’ when asked my favourite subject. It was in the art room I built my confidence to express my creativity, where I developed my visual literacy skills, I learned the power to communicate...Read more
Adrian MontanaXavier College
An experienced teacher and leader: Worked with students and teachers at all levels, in Victoria, Western Australia and England. Experienced in Art Gallery and Museum education and public programs. Former board member of the UK National Society for Education in...Read more
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