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I am an emerging curator and arts writer living and working on the traditional lands of the Wurundjeri people of the Kulin Nation. I pay my respects to the Elders of these traditional lands and to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander peoples past, present and future. I acknowledge that my work takes place on stolen lands and that sovereignty was never ceded.

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Chloé Hazelwood (b. 1987, Sydney). Lives and works in Melbourne, Australia.

Education:

2018 – current: Master of Arts Management, RMIT, Melbourne, Australia
2013 – 2015: Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Cultural Studies, University of Sydney, Australia

Curatorial projects:

2017: Blake Lawrence // Tango Conway, Cold Cuts ARI, Sydney
2017: NO PARKING, Cold Cuts ARI, Sydney
2017: Corporeal: the presence and absence, Verge Gallery, Sydney
2015: Feminist Ecologies, Verge Gallery, Sydney

Public programs:

2015: Female Trailblazers: a social networking event, Verge Gallery
2015: Art Crit: Feminist Fronts led by Aggregate, Verge Gallery

Community engagement and professional development:

2019 – ongoing: First Site Committee, Public Programs Coordinator
2019: Midsumma Festival, Team Leader – Volunteer Sign-in Area
2018: Kingston Arts, Assistant Cultural Producer – Intern
2018: Arts Project Australia, Student Intern
2017: Carriageworks, Artistic Program Intern

Talks and appearances:

2017: Panel speaker, “Contemporary Curating”, UNSW Art & Design, Sydney
2017: Curator floor talk, Corporeal: the presence and absence, Verge Gallery
2015: Curator floor talk, Feminist Ecologies, Verge Gallery

Awards and achievements:

2015: Verge Gallery Mentored Exhibition Opportunity, University of Sydney
2015/2014: Academic Merit Prize from the University of Sydney, valued at $1000
2014: Best Student in 2nd Year Cultural Studies, University of Sydney