The Australian Centre for the Moving Image has appointed Sarah Wilson its new Head of Development.
Wilson will be responsible for the organisation’s fundraising and stakeholder engagement activities.
“We are delighted to welcome Sarah Wilson to Melbourne and to ACMI as our new Head of Development," said ACMI CEO Katrina Sedgwick.
"Sarah has had an impressive career across a range of prestigious UK arts institutions and organisations, and brings vital skills to the organisation in both strategic planning and implementation of bold development strategies.”
For the past four years Wilson has worked as an independent strategic business development specialist as Wilson Consults. Her portfolio of business and cultural clients has included The Roundhouse, The Old Vic, Frieze Art Fair, Intelligence Squared, and The Liverpool Biennial.
She was previously Head of Corporate Development at London's Tate from 2007-2012 (including Tate Modern and Tate Britain) and Head of Development for the Serpentine Gallery from 2003-2007.
“I’m delighted to be joining the world renowned ACMI and its highly motivated and talented team as they embark on an ambitious program of renewal,” Wilson said.
“I’m really excited at the prospect of defining and implementing an innovative development strategy to support ACMI’s ambition to be at the forefront of 21st Century Museum practice.”