The Fremantle Biennale Advisory Group is instrumental in helping the organisation reach its full potential. The Advisory Board is a panel of experts from across Australia who advise the Fremantle Biennale on matters of artistic, ethical and cultural programming. The group is committed to including a diversity of experiences and perspectives.

Margaret Moore – Chair

Margaret Moore Margaret is founder and Director of MOORE CONTEMPORARY, a gallery platform committed to the presentation and promotion of international and local contemporary art practice. Its establishment follows significant public roles that have included Curator and Program Manager: Visual Arts at the Perth International Arts Festival, and curatorial, management and educational positions at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Art Gallery of New South Wales and National Gallery of Australia. She has contributed to cultural developments and advocacy through numerous board positions, major projects, and published writing. She is current Chair of the Murdoch University Art Collection Board, a member of University of Western Australia Collections Advisory Board, and a former Chair of the Board of the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art. Margaret Moore is a curatorial and collection advisory consultant to select corporate and private collections that includes Woodside Energy and KPMG.

Patrick Beale

Patrick is the Director of ATC Studio, a practice specialising in engineering timber design, prefabrication, construction and research and the appropriate use of native Australian and plantation timber. Patrick was formerly Dean of the Faculty of Architecture at UWA and Director of the ATC Research program and has served on the RAIA Chapter Council and Education Committee. Patrick is a passionate supporter of the appropriate and properly informed use of timber in design and construction at all scales.

Clothilde Bullen

Clothilde, a Wardandi(Nyoongar)/Yamatji woman, is Curator of Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander exhibitions and collections at the Museum of Contemporary Art. She was previously Curator of Indigenous art at the Art Gallery of Western Australia, Perth, where she worked for over a decade. She has curated a number of shows independently including Darkness on the Edge of Town in 2016 at Artbank, Sydney, and When the Sky Fell: Legacies of the 1967 Referendum at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Art in 2017. She is the coeditor of the black edition of Artlink magazine in 2018 and is a board member on Artmonthly magazine. Clothilde has written and had feature essays in a number of catalogues including Defying Empire, Tarnanthi and Being Tiwi, and been published extensively including in Artlink and Sturgeon. She is an alumni member of the British Council Accelerate Scholarship for Indigenous leadership in the arts.

Karen Jacobs

Karen is a bloodline descendant and a traditional owner of Whadjuk Country. Her primary focus is on developing and encouraging Aboriginal people's involvement in enterprise and business opportunities. She has an extensive background in cultural heritage, environmental management, tourism and education with qualifications in horticulture and corporate governance. Karen has recently taken up a lecturing position at UWA in Foundation to Heritage Management. Her career has led her into the analysis of probity and procurement, financial management, the marketing and promotion of Aboriginal education and training programs and Aboriginal engagement and participation strategies across all industries.

Hannah Mathews

Hannah is an experienced curator who has worked with contemporary art organisations such as the Australian Centre for Contemporary Art, Melbourne (ACCA), Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts (PICA) and the Sydney Biennale, as well as working prolifically as an independent project initiator and director. She has an impressive track record of ambitious projects including Framed Movements, ACCA (2014), Action/Response, Dance Massive Festival (2013), Power to the People: Contemporary Conceptualism and the Object in Art, ACCA (2011), as well as NEW 11, ACCA and Primavera 2008 at the Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. She is currently a senior curator at Monash University Museum of Art in Melbourne.

Grant Revell

Grant grew up in the mighty Kaurna foothills of Adelaide. He now lives on the beach in North Fremantle, Western Australia. Revell is a young practicing landscape architect and urban planner with over forty years of experience working internationally, nationally and locally in urban & regional Western Australia. His significant inter-cultural design work has been widely published and recognised with awards from both the academy and the planning and landscape architectural professions in Australia and overseas. Grant was awarded a National Fellow of The Australian Institute of Landscape Architects in 2014 for his services to Indigenous design education and practice; and recognised in Australia's Black Book of Green People in 2016. Grant is currently a 'recovering academic' working slowly on the mentoring of young design professionals, design critic, fiction writer, Leighton body-surfer, and community-activator with some pet community design projects here in Nyungar Perth, and (back home) in Ngarrindjeri country, South Australia.

Leigh Robb

Leigh is the Curator of Contemporary Art at the Art Gallery of South Australia. Previously she was the Senior Curator at PICA, the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts. With over 15 years of experience, Robb's previous roles include Associate Director at Thomas Dane Gallery, London, and she led the Internship and Education programs at the Peggy Guggenheim Collection, Venice. She completed her Bachelor of Arts in Art History and Psychology at the University of Queensland, Brisbane, and her Masters in Art History at the Courtauld Institute of Art, London. Leigh Robb is an adjunct lecturer at the University of Adelaide and is a board member of Art Monthly and Adelaide Central School of Art.

Soula Veyradier

Soula is a cultural producer, curator and arts manager having worked across the visual arts and museum areas in Australia and overseas. She is the Programs Director for International Art Space (formerly IASKA). Previous roles include Manager and Curator of the Heathcote Museum and Gallery, Wireless Hill Museum and Melville Discovery Centre; Project Coordinator National Geographic, Greece; Coordinator Pulsart Artists Collective, France; Manager Western Australian Museum Perth and Interpretation Consultant for the Subiaco East Redevelopment Project and Royal Perth Hospital/Historic Heart of Perth.. Soula was founder of the City of Melville TILT Artist in Residence Program; Judge Australian Museums & Galleries Awards (MAGNAS); National Councillor AMaGA, Chair Community Arts Network Board; Chair Museums & Galleries National Conference Perth 2011 and Co-Convenor for the Day of Ideas Symposium with the UWA Institute of Advanced Studies. Soula currently sits on the Regional Arts WA, Australian Museums & Galleries Association.