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Ted Snell
Senior Honorary Research Fellow / University of Western Australia
Professor Ted Snell began teaching part-time at WAIT (now Curtin University of Technology) where he was Professor of Contemporary Art and Dean of Art, John Curtin Gallery. In 2009, he became director of the Cultural Precinct at the University of Western Australia.

For over two decades, Prof Snell has contributed to the national arts agenda through his role as chair of the Australian Council of University Art and Design Schools, chair of Artbank, chair of the Asialink Visual Arts Advisory Committee, chair of the Visual Arts Board of the Australia Council, and as a board member of the National Association for the Visual Arts.

He has been a commentator on the arts for ABC radio and television, is an art reviewer for The Australian and a regular contributor to local and national journals. Prof Snell has published several books and has curated numerous exhibitions, many of which document the visual culture of Western Australia.

He is also a visual artist and since 1968, he has shown his work in solo exhibitions across Perth, Melbourne and Brisbane. His work is represented in many public and private collections including the National Gallery of Australia, the Art Gallery of Western Australia and Artbank.

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