Perth and Singapore: Art advisory services include sourcing acquisitions for the corporate sector and individuals, selecting, procuring and managing the installation of artworks and collections for the corporate sector; professional valuation services for Australian and Indigenous contemporary art; developing and reviewing policy and strategy objectives for art galleries and museums; organising and contributing to exhibitions and commissions, large and small.
Founder and Director Seva Frangos Art gallery, Subiaco specialising in Indigenous art and showcasing contemporary Chinese art for three years. During its decade of operation, the gallery hosted over 100 exhibitions of Indigenous art, and during its last three years highlighted the work of contemporary Chinese artists. During these ten years the gallery received considerable support for its artists from the public, corporate and private sector, and worked closely with a wide range of clients, including national and State art galleries and organisations, to assist in their acquisition of these significant artists.
Founder Seva Frangos Art Consultancy, Perth
Organised numerous special exhibitions in collaboration with galleries and arts organisations in Melbourne and Western Australia; worked closely and successfully with significant public collections to promote the acquisition of important artists.
Established and coordinated three-year program for Xstrata Coal, for Xstrata Coal Emerging Indigenous Art Award hosted by the Queensland Art Gallery.
Deputy Director/Director of Exhibitions and Development at the Art Gallery of Western Australia. Sourced and presented all local, national and international exhibitions, both here and abroad, together with managing the Gallery’s collection, educational, publication and marketing programs, including her role as Exhibition Director for the 1990 Venice Biennale, representing two Aboriginal artists, Rover Thomas and Trevor Nicholls.
1988 one of three official delegates on behalf of the State Government of Western Australia to assist in establishing a cultural program between the State and its sister State, the Zhejiang Province, China.
1989 official guest of the British Council to visit numerous galleries in London and Oxford to explore exhibitions and collection opportunities.
Travelled extensively overseas on behalf of the State Gallery to Asia, Europe and USA. Member and judge for various art panels and awards, and provided key-note papers and addresses.
Senior Project Officer, Visual Arts Board, AustraliaCouncil her responsibilities included establishing and implementing a national and state-based infrastructure for touring exhibitions and the program of Australian and international exhibitions, and in the mid-90s she was a Member of Visions of Australia Committee, recommending assistance for national touring exhibitions to the Federal Minister.
Regional arts and tertiary teaching appointments; the inaugural Director, Lake Macquarie Regional Art Gallery, NSW