Committee on Taxation Incentives for the Arts
Mr Jeffery Mincham (Chair)
Visual Artist, Adelaide
Area of expertise: Australian, New Zealand and British Studio and Contemporary Crafts since 1950, in particular ceramics and glass.
Ms Jane Clark
Curatorial Consultant, Museum of Old and New Art, Hobart, Tasmania
Area of expertise: Australian visual arts and sculpture.
Mr Michael Desmond
Senior Curator, National Portrait Gallery, Canberra
Area of expertise: International paintings and sculpture from 1800 to the present; Australian art (all media) excluding Indigenous art; Australian social history.
Ms Erica Green
Director, Samstag Museum of Art, University of South Australia, Adelaide
Area of expertise: Assemblage, ceramics, collage, conceptual art, contemporary, digital art, documentary art, documentation, drawings, earth art / Earthworks, glass, hologram, hybrid art, installation / installation art, interdisciplinary art, new media art, paintings, pastel, performance art, photographs, prints, sculpture, textiles, time-based art, watercolours.
Dr Patricia Hutchings
Principal Research Scientist, Division of Invertebrate Zoology, Australian Museum, Sydney
Area of expertise: Scientific material
Mr Ron Ramsey
Director, Newcastle Art Gallery
Area of expertise: Australian painting, Australian Indigenous painting post 1970, International costume.
Ms Jo Ritale
Collection Services Manager, State Library of Victoria, Melbourne
Area of expertise: Australian books and manuscripts, Australian photographs, Australian ephemera.
Mr John Videon
Lecturer in Asian Studies, University of Adelaide
Area of expertise: Central Asian art and archaeology, 200 BCE–900 CE, particularly Buddhist material culture; Art and archaeology of the Mongol dynasties, 12 th – 15th centuries CE; broader areas of Asian art and material culture.
Representative of the Australian Taxation Office
Currently: Mr Mark Ferguson
Non-Profit Centre, Australian Taxation Office, Canberra