Posted on: November 23, 2018 Posted by: Sue Gilbey Comments: 0

Ali Gumillya Baker

Ali, I hope everyone gets to hear these wonderful reflections.

Dr Ali Gumillya Baker (Mirning Nation, Nullarbor) Associate Professor in Indigenous Studies and Creative Arts, brings curatorial, Indigenous history and arts scholarship, including innovative methodological approaches to theory that intersect memory/archive/sovereign creative-practice led research. She has extensive management and administrative skills through her leadership and staff/student supervision roles at within tertiary education, and with State and National Government Committees, and Board membership (including Chair roles) with Aboriginal community organisations. She is a leader in academic/visual art research and praxis as an educator, curator, filmmaker, photographer, performer, peer assessor in the Arts nationally, and plays a leadership role with First Nations artist group Unbound Collective.