Arie Rain Glorie is a visual artist and curator based in Melbourne. He has exhibited locally and interstate including the Gertrude Street Projection Festival, This Is Not Art Festival, Channels Video Art Biennial, White Night Melbourne (Rooftop Transmissions), Melbourne Fringe Festival, Melbourne Now, Kings ARI, George Paton Gallery, Melbourne Central (Mars gallery), Perth Institute of Contemporary Art, West Space, The Substation, Melbourne Town Hall (Craft Victoria), Kingston Arts Centre, Margaret Lawrence Gallery, and Lights In Winter Festival (Federation Square, Melbourne). In addition, he has also been a commissioned artist for Signal Screen Commission, 4 x 4 Mini Projection Festival, and Uncommon Places (Melbourne Fringe Festival's 2014 keynote project) at the Melbourne City & Docklands Libraries.
As a curator, he has worked with a wide variety of local, national and international emerging and mid-career artists. His curatorial projects include Digital Outlawed (2013), The Love/City Curatorial Trilogy (Three multi-disciplinary artist-run festivals over three years; 2014, 2015, and 2016), The New Vanguard exhibition (Seventh Gallery, at the Gertrude Street Projection Festival, co-curated with Yandell Walton) and the experimental A. Time-based Exhibition and Carousel at the Abbotsford Convent (exhibiting the work of 18 artists on a stage revolve to a seated audience). In 2016 he was the Gertrude Street Projection Festival Assistant Curator and he is currently the Program Director and Curator of temporary infrastructure project Testing Grounds (Melbourne Arts Precinct).