Kitty Taylor, Co-Founder and Executive Co-Director of RANT Arts in Tasmania, is a passionate visual artist known for her commitment to socially engaged practice.
She specialises in creating programs that uplift both individuals and communities, drawing from her expertise in project management, curation, creative and community development.
From practising artist to arts administrator, Kitty has developed a diverse skill set. With her experience managing the Regional Arts Fund for both Tasmanian Regional Arts and RANT, she has gained an informed perspective on the needs and challenges facing regional artists. Recently, she contributed her insights as a member of the Cultural Policy Advisory Committee for the National Cultural Policy—Revive: a place for every story, a story for every place.
Kitty’s focus on supporting artists in regional areas shines through her leadership at RANT Arts, where she continues to foster meaningful creative experiences that promote empowerment and connections both locally and nationally.