Bradley Hammond is Collections Manager at Orange Regional Gallery and Curator of Arts and Health at Orange Health Service. In this role he oversees the installation of various art projects and collections at the combined Mental Health and General Health facilities. A significant aspect of this includes installations of Orange Regional Gallery’s permanent collection throughout Orange Health Service.
He was previously Education and Public Programs Officer at Bathurst Regional Art Gallery and is passionate about the various ways in which the arts can facilitate education and well-being.
He has curated a number of exhibitions including Themes and Variations: Australian Drawings from the Art Gallery of New South Wales for Bathurst Regional Art Gallery in 2009 and Chroma: The Jim Cobb Gift for Orange Regional Gallery in 2015.
He writes occasionally for Artist Profile Magazine and has also published in LOOK magazine. He is a practicing visual artist who has exhibited in Sydney, Melbourne, Bathurst, London, Essen, Lyon and Johannesburg.