As well as being Head of School : Art at RMIT University, Melbourne, Julian Goddard is the founder and Chair of the Australian Centre for Concrete Art. Goddard’s work as a professor, writer and curator specialises in the aesthetics of the everyday. He has curated over 200 exhibitions and published widely on Australian, Aboriginal and Concrete Art, in books, book chapters, articles, papers and many catalogue essays.
In 1992, with Glenda de Fiddes, he established Goddard de Fiddes Gallery, which has represented leading Australian and international artists for over 20 years. He is also Chair of The Bureau of Ideas, an international forum that promotes the public discussion of art, design, architecture and philosophy through forums outside conventional academic institutions.