I am the grumpy cat of arts marketing 😾
I am the Director of Agentry, a communications consultancy focused on small-to-medium arts organisations. I currently work with Feral Arts on Arts Front and with Scenic Rim Regional Council on Arts Ablaze. I have worked with Blakdance, the National Library of Australia, Brisbane City Council, The Tivoli, Backbone, Critical Path, Creative Recovery Network and others.
I also work part-time for the Australian Digital Alliance and the Australian Libraries Copyright Committee. I have held marketing and content positions with the Queensland Writers Centre, ABC RN, the Australia Council for the Arts, Regional Arts Australia, Regional Arts Victoria and others.
As a digital communications specialist I acknowledge the thousands of years that Australia’s First Peoples have shared knowledge and culture through networks. In recognition that Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people are Australia’s First Peoples and Traditional Custodians of the land I acknowledge the Turrbal People and the Yugara-Yugarapul People as Custodians of the land on which I live and work – their country takes in most of where Brisbane is situated now and parts of Logan, Moreton Bay and the Redlands – and that sovereignty was never ceded. I pay respect to their Elders – past, present and emerging – and extend that respect to all Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people, their communities and their cultures throughout Australia.
A working group to guide the drafting of a statement on technology for the Australian Cultural Compact. This working group will also develop an Arts and Technology Compact and Action Items.
A leadership group supporting the Art Front project.
A working group to guide further development of the Arts Front Platform.
A working group to lead work on policy visioning related to the climate.
The First Nations Dialogues Lenapehoking New York 2019, is a series of Indigenous led performances, discussions, workshops and ceremony.
This project will take a creative-led transdisciplinary approach to the challenge of planetary regeneration through the creation of a new initiative in the field of ecoacoustics.
Central to the AELA’s Earth Arts Program is the biennial Rights of Nature Australia (RONA) week, which features an international conference, public lectures, Peoples’ Tribunal, art exhibitions and other events. Upcoming RONA biennials are scheduled for October 2020 and October 2022. RONA2020 will be the third biennial event, with previous RONA events held in October 2016 (RONA16) and October 2018 (RONA18).