Kate Parker works at the forefront of place creation and activation at element. Kate has particular expertise in the field of public art strategy and procurement, cultural infrastructure development and management, founded during her time with not-for-profit arts organisation FORM where she delivered a range of projects including Claremont’s The Goods Shed as well as iconic art for some of Perth’s premier urban projects.
She has a unique interest in curating place solutions from the ground up, working to conceptualise and deliver creative and cutting-edge outcomes, transforming underutilised places into bespoke destinations.
Kate holds a Master of Architecture and a Bachelor of Environmental design from the University of Western Australia and has a background in writing for coveted design publications Dezeen and Fabric Quarterly.
Kate’s interest in the value of arts and culture in place and city building has led to her involvement with AGWA’s Next Collective.