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    Associate Professor Sandy O'Sullivan

Associate Professor Sandy O'Sullivan is a Wiradjuri (Aboriginal) academic, researcher and creative practitioner in the School of Creative Industries, USC. Their research and teaching include queer studies, art and design, built environment, music, performance, and cultural representation, with a particular focus on First Nations’ agency and aspiration. Sandy was the inaugural director of the Centre for Collaborative First Nations’ Research and across that role completed an ARC funded review of 470 national and international museums that examined their capacity to engage and represent First Nations’ Peoples; continues to work across the museums, curatorial and interpretation space. Sandy is the recipient of multiple national competitive ARC and OLT grants and awards and has given keynotes nationally and internationally.