Jacqueline Millner is Professor of Visual Arts at La Trobe University. She has published widely on contemporary Australian and international art in key anthologies, journals and catalogues of national and international galleries and museums. Her books include Conceptual Beauty: Perspectives on Australian Contemporary Art (Artspace, 2010), Australian Artists in the Contemporary Museum (Routledge, with Jennifer Barrett, 2014), Fashionable Art (Bloomsbury, with Adam Geczy, 2015), Feminist Perspectives on Art: Contemporary Outtakes (Routledge, co-edited with Catriona Moore, 2018), Contemporary Art and Feminism (Routledge, with Catriona Moore, 2022), and Care Ethics and Art (Routledge, co-edited with Gretchen Coombs, 2022). She has co-curated major multi-venue exhibitions and public programs including Curating Feminism (2014), Future Feminist Archive (2015), Femflix (2016), and received prestigious research grants and residencies including from the Australian Research Council, the Australia Council, Arts NSW, Bundanon Trust, and Cite Internationale des Arts, Paris. She co-convenes the research cluster Contemporary Art and Feminism and The Care Project and is co-CI on ARC project Parched: Cultures of Drought, 2020-2023.