Alison Ross is an award-winning multi-disciplinary designer and manager who has been designing across cultural industries and environments for well over twenty years to create transformative experiences for audiences. She has produced outcomes for: visual art, natural sciences and social-history exhibitions, winning awards from state and national bodies; over seventy productions for every type of live performance medium; notable and lesser-known film and television shows and large-scale site-specific events across Australia and internationally.


  • Highly adept at delivering interactive experiences and dynamic content for all ages
  • Has worked extensively on a range of projects with first nations content and/or collaborators, both in Australia and overseas
  • Creates ambitious and dynamic exhibitions collaborating with: curators, filmmakers, academics, visual artists, people with disabilities, children
  • Delivers projects on-time and on-budget exceeding stakeholder and audience expectations
  • Draws upon the experience and specialities of each of the unique-but-related disciplines she has worked in to create a high quality, integrated outcome

Recent Projects and Roles Include:

  • Bluey’s World- Lead Designer- opening August 2024: HVK/O2DM
  • Dinosaurs Unearthed- permanent exhibition: Project Manager: April 2022-June 2023: Queensland Museum
  • Exhibition Design Manager: May 2022-current: Queensland Museum
  • Exhibition Manager (Acting): Queensland Museum
  • Island Futures: What Lies Ahead for Zenadth Kes: Exhibition Designer June 2021: Queensland Museum