Megan Hills is strategic, creative and a connector of other talent targeted to meeting identified project outcomes. She has strong background in four key areas:
- marketing & business training
- creative & cultural enterprise mentorship
- design & illustration
- arts administration
Megan has extensive experience liaising with business project managers, government bodies, event coordinators, and media. Known for both her linear (logic) and lateral (creative) thinking, she also has nous for directing talent in others.
Megan has extensive experience liaising with business project managers, government bodies, event coordinators, and media.
With 15+ years in marketing and business development training; 10+ in arts administration; five years in arts publishing, and a Masters Degree in Museum Studies, Megan has an extensive skill-set that works effectively across sectors.
Over the past four years she has been working intimately with a number of Aboriginal cultural entrepreneurs as an enterprise mentor.
Past experience working in major cultural organisations include:
Peggy Guggenheim Museum (Venice, Italy)
Brooklyn Art Museum (New York, US)
National Gallery of Victoria (Melbourne, Aust.)
Jewish Museum of Australia (Melbourne, Aust.)
Megan has worked with many government and business entities including:
Queensland Govt (Dept for the Arts)
NT Govt (Dept of Business, Dept of Corrections, Dept of Tourism, NT Convention Bureau)
Darwin City Council
Noosa Regional Gallery
Artisan – Queensland Craft & Design Centre
Menzies School of Health Research
Larrakia Nation Aboriginal Corporation