Nadia Odlum is a passionate arts educator, viewing education as an integral part of her research and artistic practice. She is interested in the importance of play in contemporary pedagogy, and approaches the creation of educational offerings with a 'process over product' mentality.
In Australia, Odlum has worked as an educator for Parramatta Artists' Studios, the Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences, Kaldor Public Art Projects and the Art Gallery of NSW. This includes creating a large-scale interactive installation and workshop series for Kaldor Public Art Projects in the 'Kaldor Studio', a dedicated education and learning space in the survey exhibition 'Making Art Public: 50 years of Kaldor Public Art Projects' at the Art Gallery of NSW.
Internationally Odlum has worked as an educator at the New York Transit Museum, where she created and led programs exploring the history of public transportation in New York City. In 2018 she was an Education Fellow and Artist in Residence at the Wassaic Project in upstate New York.
For any education opportunities or collaborations, please feel free to get in touch.