Rosemary Willink
University of Queensland, School of Architecture

Rosemary is a PhD Candidate at the University of Queensland and part of the Australian Research Council funded project “Is Architecture Art? A history of categories, concepts and recent practices.” Prior to embarking on her PhD, Rosemary worked in Governance and Strategy at the Queensland Art Gallery and Gallery of Modern Art. Rosemary’s qualifications include a Masters of Contemporary Art from Sotheby’s Institute in London, a Certificate of Applied Finance from Kaplan Australia and a Bachelor of Music Performance from the Victorian College of the Arts in Melbourne. For her PhD, Rosemary is researching how architecture has historically been classified by art museums and cultural policy, in order to better understand emerging institutional structures. Rosemary has gained broad curatorial and arts management experience in leading cultural institutions, including the Sydney Symphony, the Centre Pompidou, the Serpentine Galleries, Sotheby’s and the Queensland Art Gallery / Gallery of Modern Art.