Kate Fielding is a nationally recognised cultural strategist, an experienced board member, a writer and editor and a passionate advocate for regional arts in Australia.
As a cultural strategist, Kate has worked with government, not-for-profit and private organsations, and has an in-depth knowledge of Australia’s arts, cultural development and creative industries.
Kate is currently the Chair of Regional Arts Australia and Chair of the Goldfields-Esperance Development Commission in WA and her work has been recognised through two national awards – a Sidney Myer Creative Fellowship (2014-2015) and a Churchill Fellowship (2012).
She holds a B. Arts (Hons.) in History (University of Melbourne), a B. Creative Arts in Writing (Victorian College of the Arts) and is an Australian Institute of Company Directors graduate.
Based in Kalgoorlie-Boulder, WA, Kate’s work takes her to regional, remote and very remote parts of Australia as well as overseas. She has lived and worked in the Ngaanyatjarra Lands, WA, and in Yogyakarta, Indonesia.