Felicity Fenner is an Australian curator of contemporary exhibitions including Primavera 2005 at Sydney's Museum of Contemporary Art, Handle with Care, the 2008 Adelaide Biennial of Australia Art and Once Removed, Australia's group exhibition at the 2009 Venice Biennale. She is a contributing editor of Art Asia Pacific and publishes regularly in a variety of journals including Art in America, Art and Australia and Artlink.
At the University of New South Wales, Felicity is Chief Curator at the National Institute for Experimental Arts, Deputy Director of the Centre for Contemporary Art and Politics and Senior Lecturer in the School of Art History and Art Education. She has been a member of the City of Sydney’s Public Art Advisory Panel since its inception in 2007 and is completing a PhD on recent curatorial strategies in major international exhibitions.
Rachael Kiang is Institute Manager at the National Institute for Experimental Arts (NIEA). She manages research projects, grants, events, the Institute’s operations and is part of NIEA’s curatorial team. Prior to NIEA, Rachael was Research Assistant at iCinema Centre for Interactive Cinema Research. She was also Registration and Exhibition Assistant and Venue Manager at the Biennale of Sydney. Rachael curated Electro-Online for Electrofringe 2007 and 2008.
Rachael holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in English Literature and Language, a Postgraduate Diploma in Education, a Master of Arts degree in Cultural and Media Studies and a Master of Arts degree in Curatorship and Modern Art (Merit) from the University of Sydney.