Alison Carroll

Alison Carroll has been an academic, critic, writer, curator and administrator of art exhibition and artist exchanges with Asia for over 25 years.

She established, and from 1990–2010 directed, the Arts Program at Asialink, now the leading program for arts exchange between Asia and Australia for visual arts, performing arts, literature and arts management practice.

She received the Australia Council’s Emeritus Award for Visual Arts 2006 and an Order of Australia (AM) in 2010 for her work with Asia.


Circles of connection, or blowing in the wind

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