Megan Williams is a curator and writer with over fifteen years experience in programming and management roles across the university art museum sector. Since 2016, Megan has been Manager and Curator of USC Art Gallery where she has worked on solo projects with artists including Michael Cook and Kim Guthrie, and group exhibitions including Sites of Connection and Come Close. In 2021 she curated Final Call—an outdoor exhibition in the Maroochy Regional Bushland Botanic Garden—for Horizon Festival.
Prior to joining USC, Megan worked at QUT in a range of curatorial and programming roles across QUT Art Museum, the William Robinson Gallery, the Creative Industries Precinct and The Cube. Curatorial projects from this time include Judith Wright: Desire, Foundation's Edge: Artists and Technology, and William Robinson: The Transfigured Landscape.
Megan has written numerous catalogue essays and contributed to monographs on artists Michael Cook, Arryn Snowball and Judith Wright.
University Art Museums Australia (UAMA) is a membership organisation driving advocacy and research on behalf of its constituents to enrich their respective communities, build networks and contribute to the nation’s cultural and intellectual life
Vice-President, Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance
Sunshine Coast Creative Alliance (SCCA) is recognised as the peak creative arts and industry group for the Sunshine Coast region.