Friday 12th August 2022

Corporate Ladder: your weekly guide to executive appointments


Alison Page

New Page for SA art gallery

The Art Gallery of South Australia has appointed author, TV personality and award-winning designer Alison Page to the gallery’s board.

Page is the Co-Founder of creative studio Zakpage Pty Ltd and is a Councillor of the Australian National Maritime Museum in Sydney. Her 22 years in the arts, museum and exhibition space has seen her take on roles as Director at the Indigenous Land Corporation, panellist on ABC show The New Inventors, and Board Member of the National Australia Day Council.

A Walbanga and Wadi Wadi woman, she recently finished co-authoring a book with Australian architect Paul Memmott titled Design: Building on Country, which details her experience in Aboriginal architectural practice. In 2015, she was inducted into the Design Institute of Australia Hall of Fame.

Art Gallery Chair Jason Karas said Page’s expertise in architecture, design and film production would be a great asset for the board.

“Alison’s appointment is an important step in the implementation of the Board’s strategy of ensuring that AGSA is at the forefront of innovation, diversity and inclusion, for the benefit of all members of our community,” Karas said.

Page’s three-year term with the nearly 150-year-old North Terrace gallery began last Thursday, July 22.

She joins Karas, Jacqui McGill AO, Joshua Fanning, Susan Armitage and Jane Yuile on the gallery’s board.

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