Kimberley Moulton

Curator and Project Officer

Kimberley Moulton
Kimberley Moulton
Image: Steven Rhall

Kimberley Moulton is a Yorta-Yorta woman from Shepparton in country Victoria. She is a direct descendent of the James and Cooper family on her Father’s side.

Kimberley’s core role at Bunjilaka Aboriginal Cultural Centre is Curator and Project Officer of the Birrarung Gallery, a space dedicated to celebrating Victorian Aboriginal culture through contemporary art. Kimberley works with Aboriginal Community from across Victoria developing exhibitions for the space and facilitating access and engagement with Museum Victoria. Kimberley has also been an assistant curator on the First Peoples exhibition.

Kimberley holds a BA in Arts majoring in Visual Culture, Australian Indigenous Studies and Journalism from Monash University. In 2010 Kimberley was one of ten chosen for the inaugural Wesfarmers Indigenous Arts Leadership Program at the National Gallery of Australia and in 2011 was invited back as a one of two mentors for the 2011 program. Kimberley is also one of five who received a place in the 2013 British Council ACCELERATE program, a leadership development, mentoring and industry placement program in the UK.

Outside of her work at Bunjilaka, Kimberley is a member of the selection panel for the Echuca Regional Health Art Acquisition Advisory Group. Kimberley’s area of interest is contemporary Australian Indigenous Art and Australian Aboriginal material culture and the role of both within museums.

Phone (03) 8341 7368
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