I am an independent curator, writer and digital media strategist with a passion to tell your story articulately, creatively and with a contemporary visual aesthetic.
Hillarey Jones is an Adelaide-based independent curator and digital media strategist. After earning her masters degree in Curatorial Sciences from the École du Louvre in Paris, France in 2010 and Bachelors degree from the University of Connecticut in 2009, she spent almost a decade traveling and working overseas in contemporary art galleries and institutions in both Paris and Berlin including the Musée d’Orsay, OPEN WALLS Gallery Berlin, LSD Galerie Berlin, among others. For the past 5 years she has worked at the Linda Pace Foundation leading up to the grand opening of Ruby City, the Sir David Adjaye-designed building that houses the Foundation’s private collection. During her time there, she co-organize the following exhibitions: Alejandro Diaz: It Takes A Village (2015), IMMERSED (2016), Rivane Neuenschwander: Secondary Stories (2017), INCITE (2018), Reclaimed (2018), Isaac Julien: Looking for Langston (2019), Jewels in the Concrete (2019), Isaac Julien: PLAYTIME (2019) and Waking Dream (2019). She currently works collaboratively to create immersive pop-up exhibitions with emerging artists as well as advises on small business digital strategy.