Ashleigh Campbell is a skilled strategic thinker, creative leader, curator/producer who hails from Jagara/Giabal Country, the Great Dividing Range township of Toowoomba. Experienced in the formation and delivery of regional arts festivals, she’s worked in curatorial and arts management roles for local government public galleries, art fairs, artist-run spaces and organisations.
Ashleigh trained in studio practice, majoring in visual culture/sculpture/ printmaking and holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts and a Masters in Art Curatorship. She’s passionate about placemaking in regional contexts and ever-committed to forging fresh pathways, supporting and profiling Australian artists.
She’s the Vice President of Public Galleries Queensland. Ashleigh took on the leadership of KickArts in late 2018, guiding the re-visioning of the organization to grow into NorthSite at Bulmba-ja in 2020; a multi-arts platform that continues to support 300+ artists across Far North Queensland each year.