Irena Zdanowicz – Author of, and curatorial consultant on, the online catalogue raisonné of Rick Amor’s prints; she has also uploaded catalogue information onto the project’s dedicated database.
Irena is a former Senior Curator of Prints and Drawings (1981–2001) at the National Gallery of Victoria, where she worked from 1968 until 2001. Since 2001, she has worked as an independent art historian and curator. In addition to working on this online catalogue, she is preparing a catalogue raisonné of the late work of the Tasmanian artist Bea Maddock (1934–2016). She is Honorary Research Associate at the Queen Victoria Museum and Art Gallery, Launceston.
David Ashkanasy – Web Designer and Web Developer
David draws upon fifteen years of experience in the web industry, having worked with groups both in Australia and abroad. He was part of a three-person team that redesigned Japan Times, Japan’s largest English language newspaper. David has a particular interest in working with publishing companies in the web design space.
Mark Ashkanasy – Photographer and Web Design Co-ordinator
Mark is one of the foremost art photographers in Australia; he has developed his specialization over a period of more than thirty-five years, since 1981. He often works directly with artists and has worked with Rick Amor since 1984. Mark’s experience also encompasses web design and he has played a leading role in the design of this website.
Dana Rowan – Editorial Consultant
Dana has edited visual arts publications for many years. She has worked on catalogues, monographs and journals, published by national, state and regional art institutions in Australia, and on art books produced by academic publishers.
Meg Williams – Design Consultant
Meg is a painter and a graphic designer. She exhibits at MARS Gallery, Windsor (Melbourne).
Kim Clayton-Greene – Research Assistant (2013 and 2015)
Kim is a PhD candidate in the Department of Art History at the University of Melbourne. In 2014 she was Harold Wright Scholar in the Department of Prints and Drawings of the British Museum.