Kylie's CV

ABN: 4604 360 0274


Board Member - Inscape Tasmania Inc.

Founding member of Inscape Tas; a philanthropic organisation that supports artists to operate in non-arts and health based environments June 2015 onwards


Senior Arts Consultant - Kylie Eastley Consultancy

Dec 2009 - Current

Working as a freelance Curator, Producer & Arts Manager to deliver a range of projects and events


Artwork Assessor - Royal Hobart Hospital 2019 - Current

Developing a strategy for the RHH to assist in the management of artworks that have been gifted or purchased by the hospital.


Stakeholder Engagement and Marketing - University of Tasmania, Architecture & Design 2018-2019

Employed to promote the new Bachelor of Design that started in 2019


Artriage Project Manager & Curator - Resource Work Cooperative 2017 - Current

Developed an art assessment initiative with the South Hobart Tip Shop to care for and re-home original paintings, prints and photographs.


Curator - RACT Insurance Tasmanian Portraiture Prize, 2014-2019

Delivering a statewide art competition for under 30 year old portrait artists and curating the touring of shortlisted entries. My role as Curator with TPP has been since 2014.


Consultant - Revising the Huon Valley Arts and Heritage Strategy and Action Plan

Feb - Sept 2018

Working with Michael Gordon from PDF Consultants to deliver a new five year strategy for Huon Valley Council and the broader community.


Project Manager – delivering a six-month skill sharing pilot project funded by the Tas Community Fund

Wide Angle Tasmania

Early September 2017 – April 10, 2018


Curator & Project Manager - Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery Redevelopment

Providing Project Design, Management & Curatorial services to RACT to redevelop the Cradle Mountain Wilderness Gallery. Establishment of an Exhibition and Residency program, redesign of a 10-room gallery and ongoing Curating of an annual exhibition program.

June 2016 – January 31, 2018


Media Coordinator - Moonah Taste of the World – Glenorchy City Council

Invited to join the team five weeks prior to the event to develop a media strategy to promote and profile the MToW.

March 2016 and 2019


Visual Arts Officer Moonah Arts Centre

Responsible for curating, managing and scheduling the Visual Arts Program for the Moonah Arts Centre.

Oct 2015 – April 2016


Community Marketing Coordinator Ten Days (Tasmanian International Arts Festival)

Developing community engagement, support and promotion of the state-wide festival.

Nov 2014 – May 2015


Community Engagement and Training Design - Health Tasmania (formerly Tas Medicare Local – TML) in partnership with Neighbourhood Houses Tasmania

Community Development Training Development & Delivery to 25 community houses across Tasmania & writing a related Community Development manual

2015 - 2016


Communications Manager - Tasmanian Writers Centre

Providing marketing, media and communications to support writing in Tasmania.

Oct 2013 – June 2014


Regional Arts Development Officer - Tasmanian Regional Arts

Working as part of the TRA team to promote, support and develop arts and cultural programs in regional Tasmania.

 Oct 2009 – November 2012


Project Manager-Social Enterprise - Tasmanian Regional Arts

Undertaking a 3 year Social Enterprise project funded by the Westpac Foundation supporting community arts organizations to develop relevant ventures to attract additional funding to support projects.

April 2009-2012


Coordinator, Co-founder, Writer & Editor -

An independent online reviewing blog profiling the arts across the state. This is a volunteer position with funding sourced to support writers to attend festivals and events.

 May 2009 - Current


Research Associate - University of Tasmania

Author of Tasmanian Social Enterprises; Capturing their Stories 2012 and Co-author of the Tasmanian Social Enterprise Study and Report 2011 with the Institute for Regional Development, UTAS.

Dec 2009 - 2012


Freelance writer - Independent Publishers

Writing for Enterprise Tasmania, Feast magazine & Strata Press and other publications within Tasmania.

Nov 2010 - 2012


Film Distribution Consultant - Big hART Inc.

Identifying International, National & Local Film Festival & distribution avenues. Development of a media/marketing package & associated material.

14 October 2008 - Feb 2009


External Assessor - Screen Tasmania

Working as a freelance consultant to assess funding applications through the Screen Tasmania grants program.

August 2008 - Current


Community Development Coordinator - Derwent Valley Community House           

Community House manager; Developing & implementing relevant community projects such as ArtHouse an exhibition profiling isolated artists, adult learning programs and community engagement projects.

Nov 2005 - Nov 2008


Tasmanian Manager - Creative Producer & National Media & Marketing Manager - Big hART Inc.

Strategic and on the ground role to develop and implement community arts projects with a focus on inclusion, partnerships, skill development, mentoring and sustainability.

2000 - 2005



  • Certificate IV in Arts Administration–Academy of the Arts 2008

  • Wide Angle Camera Operators Course–2007

  • University of Tasmania, School of Fine Arts Feb 1995-Dec 1996