pvi collective board
pvi collective pty ltd incorporated in 2008 and received not for profit and deductible gift recipient status in 2010. pvi’s board is made up of industry professionals, academics, a lawyer, an economist and a stand up comedian. core members of pvi work closely with our fearless board in order to improve our funding streams, improve our governance processes, strategise our futures and stay out of trouble.
pvi collective board members
amanda morrison [board chair] transmedia producer & director.
amanda is a new media pioneer, who has worked for ntl (uk) within the founding interactive content management team that launched the world’s first digital itv services across one of the world’s first hybrid fiber-coax networks. her experience includes online content, television, film, itv, live performance, visual art and interactive media production across a range of technology platforms. she has been a pvi board member since 2013.
michael tucak lawyer and founder, creative legal.
michael founded creative legal 15 years ago as a unique arts, entertainment and creative industries legal firm serving all creative activities. it is a young and dynamic legal firm, and its lawyers have extensive experience in arts, entertainment and creative industries – as well as in the wider commercial and corporate legal environment. michael is a skilled and experienced arts and entertainment lawyer working with a wide range of clients, from emerging artists and producers to established production companies and arts businesses. he has been a pvi board member since 2013.
helen curtis principal, arts consultant.
helen is an accomplished arts professional with substantial experience in public art management, policy and strategy writing, project management, curating and exhibition coordination, collection management, sponsorship and development, human resources, financial management, marketing and publicity. she has worked in and with the independent arts sector, local and state governments, corporate entities, private developers, small business, community organisations, festivals, and media. she has been a pvi board member since 2014.
dr darren jorgenson chair, history of art, university of wa
darren has been chair of art history at uwa and art critic for the west australian since 2011. he has lectured in the faculty of architecture, landscape and design since 2008 and contributed to a wide array of critical theory book chapters including ‘’aboriginal art and australian modernism: an althusserian critique’, ‘sounding out a room: decibel play alvin lucier’ and ‘wilhelm worringer, gothic vitalism and modernity’ in architecture, disciplinarity and the arts. he has been a pvi board member since 2012.
karen wellington [secretary] project & program manager | community, creativity, technology, fogarty foundation
karen wellington is a project and program manager passionate about enabling individuals, teams and organisations to connect, learn and create. employed by the fogarty foundation, she is currently leading western australian growth of the coderdojo program; an open source social education movement that enables free computer programming clubs for children. this involves leadership development, capacity building, managing resources and collaborating with partners. karen has been pvi secretary since 2013.
robert morrison founding member open field arts innovation.
Robert has more than 25 years’ experience in finance, previously holding corporate and professional roles in accounting, investment banking and corporate finance both domestically and overseas. He has worked with KPMG, Bankers Trust, Deutsche Bank and Aspen Group. He is a current founding director of Open Field Arts Innovation, a not-for-profit collaborative studio that is being established for creatives in the arts and cultural industry. Rob is also a member of the Chartered Accountants Australia and New Zealand and holds a bachelor of Commerce and graduate diploma of applied finance.
steve bull co-ceo, core artist.
steve brings a variety of practical and tactical skills across artistic mediums on all projects and initiatives. steve invests back into the arts sector by producing a range of initiatives including in-progress platform events, workshops and residencies at the cia studios. steve co-curated ‘this is the time, this is the record of the time’ a national symposium on hybrid performance and co-curated the ‘now right now’ live art festival at pica. he has taught and delivered lectures and master classes across australia, including the pvi keynote lecture ‘allowed out to play: public space, performance space for the nextwave festival .
james gorey Chartered Accountant.
James is a Chartered Accountant who operates his own accounting practice which provides accounting and taxation advice to small business. He provides strategic advice to a diverse client base. James is a passionate supporter of the arts community being a long term client of Arbank and an Art Angel member at Turner Galleries in Northbridge.
philip gresley co-founding director gresley abas architects
Philip is an advocate for the creative arts in Perth. He has gathered over 25 years’ experience working with and leading creative industry organisations in delivering public artworks, placemaking, urban planning, architecture and urban design. Philip a Registered Architect in Western Australia, former chair of the Urban Design Committee at the Australian Institute of Architects (WA), and member of various industry bodies including the ACA, the Property Council of Western Australia, and the Association for Learning Environments. Philip is also a graduate of the Growth Owners Program at Curtin Business School, co-founding director of Gresley Abas Architects (est. 2004), Deputy Chair of the City of Perth Pubic Art Panel, and brings strategic thinking and SME acumen to the PVI board.
kelli mccluskey co-ceo, core artist.
kelli writes and directs for pvi and initiated the perth based artist-run-initiative, cia studios in 2008, which she co-curates. kelli is a passionate advocate for live art and interdisciplinary art forms in australia. she is currently on the board of the national association for visual artists, was on the board of artrage inc from 2007 – 2011, is on the dca arts development peer panel, the australia council of peers, was an electrofringe festival state rep, a spark mentor, a splendid and proximity festival provocateur and is on the cia curatorial committee. kelli has taught live art and performance in perth as well as delivering lectures and master classes around australia. as part of her work with pvi collective, kelli writes, devises and contributes to national forums and critical writing publications.