Heather Whitely Robertson

Head of Learning and Participation, Public Engagement

Heather Whitely Robertson is Head of Learning and Participation at AGNSW and is a creative leader in the field of arts learning and audience engagement. Trained as an architect and educator, she has spent her career working on museum redevelopment projects in Australia and the UK. Prior to commencing at AGNSW, Heather has held multiple roles in the industry including Director of Audiences and Creative Learning at the MCA, Learning Manager for the Victoria and Albert Museum in London; Head of Learning at Open House London; Curator of Family and Community Programmes at Tate Modern and Education Officer at the National Gallery of Victoria in Melbourne. Heather holds a Bachelor’s Degree in Architecture, Curtin University; Graduate Diploma in Education, University of Notre Dame Australia; Postgraduate Diploma in Visual & Performing Arts, RMIT University; and Masters of Education (Arts Administration), RMIT University.


Speaker’s event

Fame & fortune –sustaining your artistic practice

Don’t worry, 2016 and Be happy, 2016, Abdul Abdullah. Installation view as part of Jogja Calling, 4A Centre for Contemporary Asian Art. Courtesy the artist and Fehily Contemporary. Made with the assistance of DGTMB Art Embroidery. Photo: Document Photography
City and Surrounds
03 Jun, 10:00 am - 12:30 pm