Satellite Projects is a fluid exhibition space. As a not-for-profit organisation, Satellite Projects partners with interesting, diverse and challenging venues in order to provide exhibition opportunities, and open up new markets, to un-represented artists.
Satellite Projects was founded by Jenny Port and Kim Wall. Their passion for creating a wider audience for un-represented artists is supported by a committee of skilled and experienced professionals.
Kim is a curator, printmaker and mixed media artist. She was co-founder, later Director (2016 to 2019) of Red Gallery – an initiative to support emerging artists which has operated since 2002.
Kim has volunteered with Arts Project Australia and is an advocate for artists with disabilities.
Kim is also on the RMIT Art Industry Advisory Committee.
Jenny was co-founder of red gallery in 2002 and in 2007 established Jenny Port Gallery in Richmond. She has held a management role at the Australian Tapestry Workshop and was Director at the Duldig Studio & House Museum. Jenny is currently on the Board of GLAAS Inc.
Michelle is an accounting professional with a passion for arts and architecture. She is an avid art collector and supporter of several art programs.
Craig is a barrister with over 20 years experience. He serves on a number of boards for community and not-for-profit organisations. He is passionate about art and artists.
Cassie is a barrister, specialising primarily in employment, injury and institutional abuse matters. She is also the vocalist, guitarist and songwriter for Melbourne band HIVE Park. She was Chair of Gertrude Contemporary’s Board for 7 of her 9 years there. Cassie has an enduring love of the arts.
Kathryn has 20 years experience in the arts and government. As an Australian diplomat, she held senior cultural and public diplomacy roles with the Department of Foreign Affairs and Trade in New Delhi and New York. Kathryn believes that artists make the world a more remarkable place.
Carolyn is a prize-winning poet and journalist who has worked as a writer and communications strategist for over 20 years, in Melbourne and Los Angeles. Carolyn believes supporting living artists is a vital mission.
Oliver is an Australian football researcher and statistician, specialising in AFLW, and a freelance aviation journalist. He assisted at red gallery for several years.