Alexa Magladry

Senior Research Executive

As a Senior Research Executive, Alexa manages the design and delivery of research projects through all stages of the project’s lifecycle. Alexa is also closely involved in designing research materials and the analysis, reporting and presentation of findings.

Alexa is passionate about connecting audiences with cultural institutions and works from a belief that memorable and significant experiences in the arts should be accessible to everyone, always. It’s this passion that has motivated Alexa to work in audience engagement; from Visitor Information at the Art Gallery of Western Australia to Marketing & Events at the Perth Institute of Contemporary Arts, Alexa’s meticulous nature and keen grasp of time management drives her to deliver consistently thorough and timely projects to her clients.

Since joining MHM Alexa has managed a variety of projects, including formative exhibition evaluations, market appraisals and organisational strategy. Alexa is responsible for many of MHM's Australian rolling research projects; including Western Australian Museum, Art Gallery of South Australia and State Library of Victoria.

With an academic background in art history (BA) and arts management (MA), Alexa loves art galleries and is an avid attendee of her local gallery’s public programming such as tours, talks & symposiums. She loves to cook and is a quasi-fanatic film buff; particularly arthouse, foreign & cult films.

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Museum of Brisbane

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Adelaide Festival Centre

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Australian Museum

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Building audience focus into M+

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West Australian Opera - Culture Segments

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Bundanon Trust

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Connecting Australians: the National Arts Participation Survey

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