Monday 15 Jul, 2019
The NETS Victoria Board of Management announce a sad farewell to Exhibitions Coordinator Angie Taylor, but are excited to welcome Shae Nagorcka into the role.
Over the past four years, Angie has been an integral part of the NETS Victoria team. She has organised and overseen a wide range of NETS Victoria’s tours and exhibition programming. Angie travelled across Victoria and Australia with the exhibitions Synthetica, The world is not a foreign land, Slipstitch, Wominjeka: A New Beginning, Jacqui Stockdale: Drawing the Labyrinth, Erewon, Seeing Voices and Callum Preston: Milk Bar, as well as overseeing the development of In Her Words and Great Movements of Feeling.
She has been instrumental in organisational strategic planning, applying for exhibition grants and looking after our exhibitions with a meticulous eye for detail, as well as undertaking Acting Director for 4 months in 2017. Angie’s last day of work will be 18 July, before she takes on the position of Registrar at the Mornington Peninsula Art Gallery. The NETS Victoria team would like to acknowledge Angie’s energy and commitment to the role and wish her all the best in her future endeavours!
Although we are sad that Angie is leaving the NETS Victoria team, we are excited to welcome Shae into the role of Exhibitions Coordinator. Shae has been working with NETS Victoria since 2018 as our Administrative Assistant and has played a key role in providing office support, overseeing the Annual Report and assisting with touring installations. He has extensive experience within the Melbourne arts industry, previously working at Gertrude Contemporary. He will commence his new position from 22 July 2019 and will oversee the upcoming tours of In Her Words and Great Movements of Feeling. Welcome Shae!