My academic history is interrelated with my visual art, curating and role lecturing in curating contemporary art. Many of my research projects have stemmed from the development of practice based research projects, which have accumulated in assessing how an artistic or curated project works out in the public sphere. Most recently my research interests are focused on the role participating in the arts can play in contributing towards the inclusive city, particularly in the climate of increasingly intercultural global cities.
Current Academic Position
I am currently employed as a Lecturer of Arts Management specialising in curatorial subjects, International and Art History, Theory & Cultures Co-ordinator. I am also currently the International Co-ordinator, a Contemporary Art and Social Transformation (CAST) committee member, research stream leader of CAST's Migration + Mobility + Art and on the Diversity and Inclusion Working Party, RMIT School of Art. I have also taught the subjects Arts Management, Art History, Art and Global Cities, Internship (RMIT University) and Arts and Cultural Management in Asia (UoM).
Australian Post Graduate Award (APA) Scholarship, 2008-11
Gene & Brian Sherman Masters of Art Administration Scholarship, COFA, UNSW, 2006
High Achievers Reception, College of Fine Arts, UNSW, 1997
Additional Cultural TrainingPreparing for Bundyi Girri, Microcred, RMIT University, Melbourne, July 2021
Books, Book Chapters & Articles
Hulbert, T.W (2020) ‘Curating Inclusive Cities: Melbourne as a Case Study’, Journal of Environmental Studies, 66.
Hulbert, T.W (2020). The Art of Inclusivity: Using Art to Welcome New Migrant Communities, The Commons Social Change Library.
Hulbert, T.W (2018) 'Curating Inclusive Cities through Food and Art', Multimodal Technologies Interact, 2, 44.
Hulbert, T. W (2018) 'Hyphenated: Spaces between Cultures', Garland Magazine, Issue 11, viewed 8 June, 2018 http://www.garlandmag.com/article/hyphenated/
Hulbert, T. W (2018) ‘Belonging and the Transient Home: A socially engaged art project’, International Journal of Practice Based Humanities, vol. 2, no. 1, viewed 2 January, 2018 <https://docs.wixstatic.com/ugd/0d1f4b_163aab19c99d4185b26627bb7eadf458.pdf>
Hulbert, T. W (2017) Applying the Creative City: Curating Art in Urban Spaces. In E. M. Grierson (Ed.) Transformations, Art and the City, UK: Intellect.
Hulbert, T. W (2016) Curating the City: Encouraging Sustainabilty. In R. Horne, J. Fien, B. Beza and A. Nelson (Eds.) Sustainability Citizenship in Cities (p. 187-198) UK: Routledge. Review by Share City, Taylor & Francis
Hulbert, S. & Hulbert, W. T. (Ed.) (2013) Lumens Festival: Curating the Ancient City, Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing. (Intro and Interview)
Hogg, G. & Wong. T. (2011) Curating as Activism, In D. Forrest (Ed.), Curator in the Academy (pp.67-80). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing.
Wong. T. (2011) Framing the City as Curated Space, In D. Forrest (Ed.), Curator in the Academy (pp. 131-155). Melbourne: Australian Scholarly Publishing
Wong, T. (2011) Here Today Gone Tomorrow. Public Art Review, 42, 28-31.
Public Speaking: Conferences / Lectures / Symposiums / Panel Discussions
A Climate of Change: Creative Counter Mapping, RMIT University, CAST, August 2021
Curating Inclusive Cities Research Overview, RMIT University, School of Art, May 2021
Re-Orient Podcast, Interview produced by Monica Do, RMIT First Site Gallery, December 2020
CAST Outloud: Jaffa Lam, RMIT University, Contemporary Art and Social Transformation presentation, School of Art, November 2020
Arts in Response to Covid-19 Racism, Three Belly Buttons Podcast, Melbourne, June 2020
Migration + Mobility + Art, Research Pecha Kucha, CAST Outloud, Host of the event, RMIT, Melbourne, May, 2020
Two Viewpoints from 560 Ways of Managing Arts in a Pandemic, CAST Outloud Event, Host of the event, RMIT, Melbourne, May 2020
Curating Inclusive Cities, Guest Lecture, Art, Society & Politics, Bachelor of Fine Arts, School of Art, RMIT, Melbourne, May, 2020
Contemporary Chinese Art Lectures 1 & 2, Guest Lecturer, Asian Art History, Bachelor of Fine Arts, School of Art, RMIT, Melbourne, January 2020
Expanding the Hyphenated Space, Asian Australian Identities Conference 7, Immigration Museum, Melbourne, November 2019
CAST OUT LOUD: Cracks in the gates - aesthetics, craft and community, CAST Outloud, RMIT, Melbourne, September 2019
Bruised: Art, Action & Ecology - Art & Gentle Activism, Panel Discussion, RMIT Gallery, RMIT University, Melbourne, April 2019
Hyphenated Panel, AAANZ Conference, RMIT University, December 2018
Curating Inclusive Cities, Inclusive Museums Conference, University of Granada, Granada, Spain, 6-8 September 2018
Curating in the Asia Pacific & Urban Lifestyle Round Table, Asian Studies Conference, Sydney, July 2018
RMIT CAST Out Loud / MAV Hyphenated Exhibition Artists Panel Discussion, Storey Hall, RMIT University, 28 March 2018
Connecting Communities via Food & Art, FoodCHI Symposium, Design and Creative Practice ECP, RMIT University, November 2017