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Ashleigh McArthur

Ashleigh McArthur

Documentary Film and Video
B.A. in Media and Art History, University of Sydney, 2008
Graduate Certificate in Documentary, AFTRS, 2017

About

Ashleigh McArthur is an Australian filmmaker currently pursuing an M.F.A in Documentary Film and Video at Stanford University. She is a graduate of the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) and the recipient of an Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant.  Before arriving at Stanford she collaborated with BAFTA-nominated director Jennifer Peedom (Sherpa, Mountain) on a feature documentary and her 2017 student film Pat's Studio premiered at the Sydney Museum of Contemporary Art with the Antenna Documentary Festival.

Prior to her filmmaking career Ashleigh spent eight years in the Australian foreign service, where she contributed to public policy on security, human rights and climate change and represented Australia in Solomon Islands, Mexico and the US. Her final role was Director of Public Diplomacy at the Australian Consulate-General in New York, where she was responsible for managing the cultural and public affairs portfolios. She speaks fluent Spanish.

 

SCHOLARSHIPS AND GRANTS:

Ian Potter Cultural Trust Grant, 2018
American-Australian Arts Fund, 2019

Work

Dec 2018

Events

December 11, 2018

Free and open to the public.

Cubberley Auditorium