Ararat Gallery’s Kate Davis will return from Venice with a wealth of skills

Ararat Gallery TAMA’s Visual Arts Coordinator Kate Davis will soon return to town with a range of new contacts, skills and experiences after she spends six weeks at the 58th Venice Biennale.

The Venice Biennale is one of the largest modern art exhibitions in the world, which has attracted over 500,000 people. Kate flew out of Australia last week and is scheduled to return in late July, bringing her newfound skills and knowledge back to the gallery.

PHOTO: Ararat Gallery TAMA

“Ms Davis has already made a great impression on the Ararat Gallery TAMA in the time she has been here, and we are really excited about what she will bring back to our regional gallery,” Dr Harrison said.

“Working at the Venice Biennale is a fantastic opportunity for her.”

Ms Davis has been appointed as an Exhibition Team Leader for ASSEMBLY, Angelica Mesiti’s exhibition in the Australian Pavilion at the Biennale – a position she had accepted before starting work at Ararat Gallery TAMA in March this year.