My academic history is interrelated with my visual art and curating career. 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.
Doctor of Philosophy, Royal Melbourne Institute of Technology University (RMIT), School of Art, Melbourne, Victoria, thesis on the The City as a Curated Space, 2008-11
Post-graduate Certificate of Art Administration, College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales (UNSW), Sydney, NSW, 2002-6
Bachelor of Applied Art (Honors 1st Class), College of Fine Arts, University of New South Wales, Sydney, NSW, 1995-8, on Choice, Consumption & Construction, 1998
Higher School Certificate, Chatswood High School, Chatswood, NSW, 1994
School Certificate, Chatswood High School, NSW, 1992
ScholarshipsAustralian Post Graduate Award (APA) Scholarship, 2008-11
Anonymous Sojourners in the Australian Bush, St Andrews, Victoria, 2016
Books, Book Chapters & Articles
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
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.
Conferences / Lectures / Symposiums
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