CKG Curatorial Services

CKG Curatorial Services provides planning and strategic curatorial services for private and public museums and galleries, and collectors. Services include:

  • Collection documentation and research
  • Risk management plans
  • Facility reviews
  • Registration services
  • Loan contract negotiations
  • Organisational development and review
  • Policy documentation
  • Exhibition planning
  • Staff education and training

Dr Charlotte Galloway, principal, worked in the public gallery sector before moving to the Australian National University. Along with her curatorial and registration experience, Dr Galloway lectures in Curatorial Studies and Asian Art history. Her specialist research in Southeast Asian art is the foundation for her involvement and interest in the preservation and display of the region’s cultural heritage. Dr Galloway is a valuer in the categories of South and Southeast Asian art and artifacts, historic and contemporary, for the Australian Government’s Cultural Gifts Program

Member Profile

Commercial Practice Curatorial services; Collection management; and Research

For further information contact:

Dr Charlotte Galloway
Principal CKG Curatorial Services

12 Roe Street
Griffith ACT 2603

M: 0412 627 579

charlotte.galloway@gmail.com http://www.arts.gov.au/cgp