Rhianna Walcott is the Associate Director of Artereal Gallery in Rozelle, Sydney. With over 12 years industry experience, Rhianna has previously worked with the University of Sydney Art Collection and as a freelance arts writer for various contemporary art publications. Rhianna also sits on the Board of Directors for Art Month Sydney, the Museum of Contemporary Art’s Young Ambassador Committee and the Artistic Advisory Council for Milk Crate Theatre.
Lachlan Warner completed his undergraduate training at Sydney College of the Arts and his MFA at Rutgers University, USA, then completed his PhD on Art and Buddhism at Sydney College in 2017. He has been the winner of the Blake Prize (2001), the Campbelltown Contemporary Art Prize (2005), a finalist in the National Sculpture Award at the National Gallery of Australia in 2007 and the very fortunate winner of the Burwood Art Prize in 2019. He has exhibited in public and private galleries in Australia, Thailand, the United States, Japan and the Netherlands. In 2007 he was commissioned to make the Australian Buddha for the World Buddhist Congress in Kobe, Japan. His work over the last 6 years explores the imagery the Buddha used when describing the human condition of Dukkha, or suffering. Lachlan teaches Visual Art at the Australian Catholic University’s Strathfield campus.
Luke Létourneau is a curator and an arts writer based in Western Sydney. Since 2018, he has been a Curator at Casula Powerhouse Arts Centre. He works with artists from all career stages, including through his previous roles at Kudos Gallery at UNSW Art & Design, Kil.n.it Experimental Ceramics Studio and as a committee member of Runway Journal. Luke holds a Bachelor of Art Theory and a Masters of Curating and Cultural Leadership from UNSW, where became the inaugural recipient of the Freedman Foundation Curatorial Scholarship.