Linda Carroli

Cultural writer, editor, researcher and consultant, investigating the areas of art, science, technology and urbanism.

I have completed studies in media, cultural studies and heritage and am currently undertaking postgraduate studies in urban planning and design. I have undertaken a series of Design Futures seminars and, in June 2008, attended the UK Commission for Architecture and Built Environment’s Urban Design Summer School. While in the UK, I undertook a private study tour focused on placemaking, urban design and the creative sector to gain a better understanding of development industry, social services and cultural sector collaboration and partnerships including the impact of new technologies, creative/social enterprise and social innovation.

I have served on the boards of several arts organisations as well as participated in community and industry consultations. I chaired the Board of ANAT, a national art, science and technology organisation, for three years, having served on the Board for four. I am formerly the editor of the international art, science and technology electronic magazine, fineArt forum, and edited The Ideas Book (UQP, 2005). With an extensive national and international publishing record and as an award winning writer, I regularly publish in a range of media. My creative and critical works are required or recommended readings for university programs worldwide.

I am a member of the state government’s State Government Community Forum for the Greater Brisbane Region. I have served as an Industry Expert in new media and writing for Arts Queensland and peer assessor for the Australia Council's InterArts Board.

In 2003, I received a Centenary Medal for ‘long and distinguished service in the arts’ and was included in the 2008 edition of Who’s Who In Queensland.

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