Esther Anatolitis is one of Australia’s most influential advocates for arts and culture. Across two decades she has led arts and media organisations across all artforms and platforms, as well as major cultural infrastructure and creative precinct development. She has served on numerous government policy and steering committees, and many boards, including the Australian Centre for the Moving Image, Contemporary Arts Precincts, and the Arts Industry Council (VIC) as Chair. Her visual arts, craft and design leadership roles include galleries, festivals, and national peak bodies. A prolific writer and commentator, Ms Anatolitis is Editor of Meanjin, Hon A/Prof at RMIT School of Art, and Principal of strategic consultancy Test Pattern.
Opening Acknowledgment of Country
The National Gallery acknowledges the First Peoples of this land and recognises their continuous connection to culture, community and Country