Over the last 20 years, Sheona has achieved much in a substantial career in public galleries including Art Gallery of NSW and the Brett Whiteley Studio, Museum of Contemporary Art, and Wollongong Art Gallery. During her time as Head of Public and Education Programs at AGNSW, they had the highest number of art museum program participants in Australia. She developed the successful late night program Art After Hours (initiated by Liz Gibson) and the award winning 3-day festival style open weekends which engaged visitors of all ages. She is now focusing her skills and knowledge on designing and delivering learning and development programs for museum and gallery staff and volunteers. She is also expert in the areas of programming for audience development and communication, learning and access, and community exhibitions and engagement.
2015 Guide training workshop Museums and Galleries QLD 2013 - 2016 Art consultant to the Clyde & Co Art Scholarship Committee (lawyers UK, AUS) 2015 Interviewed Tom Carment on his book Seven Walks for Classics at Customs House 2015 Interviewed Scott Bevan on his book Bill; the life of William Dobell for Classics at Customs House 2015 Interview with Penelope Seidler and Fiona Lowry for Art Month sponsors ANZ Bank at the Seidler residence 2009 Consultant curator Pallingjang exhibition South Coast Aboriginal Art, Wollongong City Gallery 2007 Consultant curator photographic exhibition Muslim History in NSW, community exhibition at Campbelltown City Art Gallery by Islamic Council of NSW 2006 Tour Leader Art & Architecture Tour of America, Renaissance Tours & Art Gallery Society, AGNSW