About Us & Contact
Showcasing South Australia’s best visual artists, craftspeople, designers and creative spaces.
This curated online platform is Guildhouse’s exciting new initiative for marketing the work of professional South Australian visual artists, craftspeople, designers and creative spaces. When someone wants to find a special gift or commission a creative professional to fulfil their brief – this is where they come. Well Made is first port of call for engaging with the work of South Australia’s finest creative professionals, the State’s best creative spaces, and their supporters.
Well Made offers an innovative environment in which to publicise your business in a marketplace increasingly demanding high-end bespoke products. Aligning your brand with our core values of craftsmanship, quality and integrity enables you to effectively build ongoing relationships with a growing audience looking to purchase unique work, collaborate on a new project, invest in residential and commercial commissions or planning their visit to South Australia.
Well Made acknowledges and thanks our partners. Well Made is a Guildhouse initiative supported by the South Australian Government through Arts South Australia.
The goal of Well Made is to create a place where audiences can see the breadth of talent that South Australia’s creative professionals have to offer, to showcase our Creative Spaces and the unique, high-quality work made in South Australia. The Well Made team is supported by all Guildhouse staff, and we commission professional photographers, filmmakers, designers, web developers and other professionals as required.
The Well Made Artist Services Manager plays a number of key roles, including curating the site to ensure the presentation of outstanding and relevant content and working with individuals and organisations to tell their story through digital and print profiling opportunities. The Artist Services Manager also manages the commissioning process, ensuring each brief is matched to the most appropriate professional and seeking opportunities for creative practitioners.
Julianne Pierce, Writer
Julianne Pierce is a producer, curator and arts manager working across disciplines including performance, visual arts, dance and media arts. Julianne held the role of WellMade Curator until October 2017. She was Creative Producer of the 2016 Adelaide Fringe and from 2012-2014 was Executive Director of Australian Dance Theatre. From 2007-2012 she was based in the UK as Executive Producer with artists company Blast Theory. Julianne has curated events and exhibitions including the Visual Arts program for the Adelaide Festival of Arts (2006 & 2008) and Primavera 2003, Museum of Contemporary Art, Sydney. She is also a regular contributor to Artlink magazine and has written for magazines including Broadsheet, Photofile and Realtime. Julianne is a founding member of the influential computer artist group VNS Matrix, who formed in 1991 and continue to be included in publications and exhibitions in Australia and internationally.
Katharine Ahern, Writer
Katharine Ahern is a writer based in Adelaide. She studied a Bachelor of Journalism and Professional Writing at the University of South Australia and contributes regularly to the Well Made blog.
Leanne Amodeo, Writer
Leanne Amodeo is a freelance writer, editor, educator and media consultant who contributes regularly to Australian and international design, architecture and visual arts publications. She is a former editor of Monument and Inside magazines.
Polly Dance, Writer
Polly Dance is an Adelaide based curator and writer.
Well Made Team
Emma Fey, Executive Director, Guildhouse
In 2017, Guildhouse appointed Emma Fey as its new Executive Director. Emma joins Guildhouse from a senior marketing role at the University of South Australia and has managed development portfolios at the Art Gallery of South Australia and Raising Literacy Australia. She has a strong background in communications and stakeholder relationship management, and an absolute passion for the visual arts. Emma holds a Graduate Diploma in Art History from the University of Adelaide and a Bachelor of Management from the University of South Australia.
Peta Mount, Artist Services Manager
Peta Mount is a program manager, arts writer and studio manager. She has a Master of Arts (Curatorial and Museum Studies) from the University of Adelaide and a broad range of experience, including developing and delivering programs for the visual arts, craft and design sector, managing a major national art prize and multiple touring exhibitions, and tutoring in Australian Indigenous art, culture and design. She is currently employed as Artist Services Manager at Guildhouse and manages the studio of contemporary Australian artist Jason Sims. Prior to this she worked in the position of Producer: Programs and Research at Object: Australian Design Centre and managed multiple projects working independently.
Bianka Kennedy, Digital Marketing Coordinator
Bianka has both a business and arts background and is currently studying Live Design (design for theatre, dance and film) and working on public art installations. Bianka joins Well Made to work on activities that promote members, particularly those with a digital presence.
Victoria Bowes, Executive Officer, Guildhouse
Since joining Guildhouse in 2010 she has supported the advancement of Guildhouse through our new branding, website and new projects. She has completed a Bachelor of Visual Arts at the University of South Australia with a specialisation in Art History and Theory and a minor in Textiles. As part of her Major Study, she undertook preliminary research which informed the model for the development of Well Made. She oversees all areas of communication and governance and works with clients and stakeholders to promote Guildhouse programs. Since joining Guildhouse Victoria has undertaken roles in Administration and Communications before being appointed Executive Officer in 2015.
Megan Rainey, Program Manager, Guildhouse
Megan has strong advocacy and interpersonal skills with considerable experience in the creative and commercial sector.
In her role as Program Manager, Megan manages projects of varying scale and complexity, working closely with artists, arts organisations, business and goverment.
Megan is an experienced facilitator and connector and is particularly effective working with stakeholders to successfully achieve goals, extend expectations and deliver outcomes to their fullest potential.
Artist Services Manager
Telephone + 61 8 8410 1822
Level 138 Hindley Street
Adelaide SA 5000
PO Box 8067
Adelaide SA 5000