About me

 

Hi! I’m Christine

I am an experienced Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) practitioner and gallery and museum educator. I am the current vice-president of the museum and gallery educator special interest group Education Network Victoria (ENVI).

Having initially trained in Visual Thinking Strategies (VTS) at Brooklyn Museum, New York (2012), I have undertaken two fellowships at the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum, Boston. Firstly as a Hugh Rogers Fellow (2013), then as a guest of Independent Schools Victoria (2016).

I am very proud to have introduced Visual Thinking Strategies and the VTS school partnerships into Australian contexts whilst working as Education Manager at Heide Museum of Modern Art.

I am a current PhD Candidate at RMIT University, using Visual Thinking Strategies as part of my methodology, having previously studied;

2010       Master of Arts (Arts Management) with distinction         RMIT University

2007       Graduate Certificate in Arts (English Literature)                 University of Melbourne

2005       Graduate Diploma in Education (Secondary)                        University of Melbourne

2004       Bachelor of Fine Art (Photography)                                         Victorian College of the Arts

2004       Diploma of Arts (Cultural Studies) Concurrent                     University of Melbourne

2001       Diploma in Visual Arts (Painting/Photography)                   RMIT University

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Christine acknowledges the Traditional Owners of the land on which she is based in Narrm (Melbourne, Australia); the Wurundjeri and neighbouring Boonwurrung Peoples of the Kulin Nation, and pays her respects to their Elders, past, present and emerging.