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Kimberley Moulton


Kimberley Moulton is a Yorta Yorta woman and writer and curator. She is currently Senior Curator, South-Eastern Aboriginal Collections at Museums Victoria and an Artistic Associate for RISING Festival Melbourne. Kimberley works with knowledge, histories and futures at the intersection of First Peoples historical and contemporary art and the archive. Kimberley has researched South Eastern Cultural Material held across the the world with an interest in connection, repatriation and relationships between the belongings and communities they are from.

She has held curatorial and community arts roles at Melbourne Museum for over ten years and independently curated across arts institutions within Australia and North America, most recently was a co-curator for the inaugural Tri-Nations Indigenous Triennial at Winnipeg Art Gallery (WAG-Qaumajuq) for Naadohbii: To Draw Water. Kimberley has written for contemporary art and museum associated publications worldwide and is a PhD candidate at Wominjeka Djeembana Indigenous Research Lab, Monash University Melbourne.

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