Gavin Buckley, Chief Executive Officer
Gavin has over 20 years experience in senior leadership and Board positions with peak not-for-profit bodies in the UK and Australia. Prior to joining Artsource as CEO in 2012, Gavin was a Director of the leading UK charity fostering creative partnerships between business and the arts. He brings to Artsource his experience of organisational leadership, strategic development, partnership building, marketing and communications. Previously, Gavin worked as Director of Regional Fundraising at Muscular Dystrophy UK and managed the UK Government’s ‘Pairing Scheme’, encouraging private sector sponsorship of the arts. Gavin is an enthusiastic advocate for the visual arts with a modest but growing collection of British and Australian art. Gavin is a Speaker Coach and MC at TEDxPerth and an Artsource Patron.

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Gavin Buckley, Artsource CEO

Kate Roberts, Head of Membership Services
Kate has a background in managing the delivery of services, including five years at a public art gallery and four in a combined museum and library.  Before joining Artsource, Kate was living in Halls Creek in the Kimberley, working for local MP Josie Farrer and volunteering at the Yarliyil Art Centre and the Kimberley Language Resource Centre.  Kate was Assistant Director of the Govett-Brewster Art Gallery in New Plymouth, New Zealand and went on to manage service delivery at Puke Ariki, delivering museum exhibitions as well as services to library members. Kate brings team leadership skills and knowledge of the visual arts and strategic planning experience to the delivery of our business plan goals for artists and the arts.

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Kate Roberts, Artsource Head of Membership Services

Jane King, Head of Membership Development
Jane has an excellent knowledge of arts and culture in WA and nationally, through her roles as an elected board member of the Chamber of Arts and Culture and as Vice-President of Museums Australia WA. Prior to joining us, Jane was Executive Director of the State Library of Western Australia Foundation, leading on fundraising, business development and project management. In this role she raised $1.5million over three years and was a State finalist in the Telstra Business Women’s Awards. Prior to this, Jane spent five years as Executive Director of Museums Australia WA delivering professional development and innovative projects across the GLAM sector. Jane is a practicing visual artist and freelance curator, having worked on assignments with, for example, the City of Armadale, City of Stirling, Heathcote Museum and Gallery and the Town of Victoria Park. She has also worked as a Management Consultant and HR Manager in the Banking and Finance sector.

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Jane King, Head of Membership Development

Loretta Martella, Studios + Residencies Manager
Loretta has held various roles in the arts in Western Australia over many years, working with leading organisations to deliver programs. Loretta’s current role at Artsource is focused on two of the vital services we deliver for Members; helping artists secure affordable studio space and developing national and international opportunities for residencies.

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Loretta Martella, Artsource Studios + Residencies Manager

Sabina Moncrieff, Finance Manager
Sabina joined Artsource in 2011, bringing with her many years of experience as an accountant and analyst in the mining, oil and gas industries. She now works to ensure that our finances are properly managed and controlled. She also administers our Board meetings and leads on our reporting to funders and sponsors. Sabina is currently studying Fine Art at Curtin. Her role with Artsource gives Sabina the opportunity to use her finance and accounting skills to support a cause about which she is passionate.

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Sabina Moncrieff, Artsource Finance Manager

Anna Richardson, Membership Services Coordinator
Anna is a practicing artist who graduated from Fine Art at Curtin University in 2013. Her practice looks at the relationship between rural and urban living with a focus on figurative depictions of personal narratives. She has worked with the Association of Northern Kimberley and Arnhem Aboriginal Artists and the East Kimberley Community Development Employment Programme. She is currently studying a Masters of Cultural Materials Conservation at the University of Melbourne and aims to have a three-fold practice of artist, curator, and conservator.

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Anna Richardson, Artsource Administration + Membership Coordinator

Paul Parin, Art Consultant
​Paul recently joined the Artsource team after 15 years building his own studio/gallery practice, Red Dust, in Mt Hawthorn. Specialising in high-end fine art photographic artwork installations for the residential and corporate market he also has extensive mentoring and production experience in the exhibition and reproduction fine art​ printing workflow. Having travelled widely throughout Western Australia and abroad Paul is looking forward to bringing his well-rounded skill set and networking opportunities to ArtLease and  Artsource Consulting.

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Katherine Wilkinson, Art Consultant
Katherine is a Perth-based arts worker, writer and curator. She graduated with a BA, Fine Arts Honours from the University of Western Australia in 2010 where she specialised in contemporary art focused to public and social practice. Prior to joining Artsource, Katherine held the position of Program Manager & Curator at International Art Space (formerly IASKA), and has worked extensively in the visual arts sector internationally and throughout Western Australia on a range of curatorial, public art, community-based and site-specific projects. Katherine looks forward to working with Artsource artists to contribute to a vibrant and innovative public art scene within Western Australia.
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Katherine Wilkinson, Artsource Art Consultant

Sue-Lyn Aldrian-Moyle, Marketing Officer
Sue-Lyn holds a Bachelor of Communications (ECU) and is an Artsource MAX member. Her writing and photography has been exhibited in galleries and festivals, as well as published in various newspapers, magazines and books in Hong Kong, Cambodia and Western Australia. She has used her penmanship and eye for images to create websites and social media marketing strategies that empower artists to build their online presence while expanding their practice and exposure. As Marketing Officer, Sue-Lyn is focused on the development of online engagement, building media relations and delivering a range of project and event communications for our consultants and managers.

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Artsource Marketing Coordinator, Sue-Lyn Aldrian-Moyle

Elli Gemmo, Membership Development Coordinator

Elli graduated with a Master Degree in Arts Management from the University of Venice in 2013 where she specialised in project and financial management for contemporary art practices. Elli has worked for several cultural institutions both as art curator and administration assistant in Italy and Australia. She also writes as freelance contributor for The Australia Times. She works with Artsource’s Membership Development team, providing support to consulting projects and maintaining and growing our ArtLease portfolio of artists.
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Elli Gemmo, Artsource

Mary Peck, Membership Administration Assistant
Mary began her arts career as a Leatherworker at the Bannister Street Craftworks in Fremantle and was invited to take part in the trainee programme at the Jam Factory in Adelaide.  She then went on to study Arts Management through WAAPA at Edith Cowan University.  She has worked in a number of managerial roles both in the performing and visual arts, focussing on artist liaison, presenting festivals and front of house.  She is also involved with a number of local community groups and is a real people person. Mary is delighted to be part of the membership team delivering optimum services to Artsource members.

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Mary Peck, Membership Administration Assistant