Our Team

Acting Director and Exhibitions Coordinator

Angie Taylor
T: +61 3 8662 1512

Angie Taylor is currently Acting Director. She is also responsible for the logistics, registration, presentation and installation support of the exhibition program, learning programs and administrative support. She has experience working in a number of exhibition and collection management roles including Assistant Curator at Warrnambool Art Gallery and the Yarra Ranges Regional Museum. Angie holds a Graduate Diploma in Museum Studies and a Bachelor of Contemporary Art from Deakin University.


Elise Routledge

Elise Routledge is Curator at NETS Victoria. She is responsible for programming, curating and developing touring exhibitions in partnership with visual artists and organisations.

Elise has held curatorial, programming and education roles with Experimenta Media Arts, Melbourne; Shepparton Art Museum (SAM), Shepparton, Victoria; Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney and the British Council, Sydney and worked with GRANTPIRRIE, Sydney; Artangel, London and Next Wave, Melbourne.

Elise has curated ambitious and critical projects with leading Australian artists including Caroline Rothwell, Kate Murphy, Agatha Gothe-Snape, Mitch Cairns, Bindi Cole, Nici Cumpston, Emile Zile and Raquel Ormella amongst others. In 2016 she completed a residency at the International Studio and Curatorial Program (ISCP).

She publishes regularly on contemporary art in a variety of journals and catalogues.

Communications Manager

Anna Zagala
T: +61 3 8662 1507

Anna Zagala is responsible for managing communications at NETS including overseeing marketing, social media engagement, keeping the website up to date and bringing worthsmithing nous and designing know-how to the organisation. She has worked in Communications, Graphic Design, and Publicity across various institutions including the National Film and Sound Archive, the National Gallery of Australia, the Dax Centre and Monash University Museum of Art. She holds a Bachelor of Arts from LaTrobe University, a Bachelor of Design History and Critical Theory (Hons) from Swinburne University and a Master of Philosophy from the University of Queensland.