Our experienced team at Kylie Eastley Consultancy are passionate about working with creative thinkers; individuals, communities and organisations to create exciting, authentic and innovative art and cultural projects.
Good ideas deserve the best outcomes and we deliver this with targeted strategies that accommodate your scope, resources and vision.
Kylie Eastley Consultancy tailors services to suit your needs: Facilitation, Marketing, Coaching, Research, Consultation, Project Design & Development, Community Engagement, Public Relations, Business Development & Reporting.
Kylie Eastley is a Hobart based Consultant and Arts Manager with more than 20 years experience working in media/communications, community development and the arts.
She began as a journalist in the 90’s before working in Sydney for Film World Research and returning to Tasmania to work extensively in community development and the arts. It is experience Communications and Marketing, Community Development and the Arts, that have seen her work on a number of innovative projects.
In the 1990’s Kylie held a senior role with award winning art company, Big hART for five years; as Creative Producer on Radio Holiday (Ten Days on the Island 2009) and National Media/Marketing Manager and State Manager of the organisation. Kylie worked for five years with Tasmanian Regional Arts as an Arts Development Officer and Project Managed a three year Social Enterprise initiative funded by the Westpac Foundation. Her work and observation of the arts, social enterprise, business and community sector in Tasmania, led to the establishment of Kylie Eastley Consultancy in 2009. This has enabled her to work with many creative makers and businesses wishing to engage with art. She has undertaken many extraordinary projects.
Kylie Easley Consultancy is committed to finding new approaches and models that better support artists, creative communities and government.
Anna joined the team in mid 2017 and brought with her exceptional organisational skills. In a previous life she worked for Federal Group as an Event Manager and after working in Melbourne for a large transport company, Anna returned to Tasmania to pursue her ambition to be a librarian.