ABOUT

Nat Trimarchi(Biography)

Nat Trimarchi is a

part-time consultant and artist.

He set up Rha Projects to help people

re-think what art is for, and why

and how people need to do it and use it.

After a long career mainly in the arts he

developed a renewed interest in philosophy,

and in art created outside of the very

instrumentalised notions of it as a commodity

or 'consumable' product. Studying philosophy,

neuroscience, and biosemiotics has highlighted

the need to address many enduring misconceptions about art (including about so-called

'left and right brain' arts practice).

Nat has been a practising artist

for most of his life, in between various

other employments, and he still writes and

records music mostly for his own pleasure.

If you are interested in getting

in touch and finding out more about

Rha Projects, you can contact Nat here:

email     nat.trimarchi@gmail.com

phone             +61 4 5510 9569

Professional

Regional Manager (Arts Queensland)

Manager Tanks Arts Centre (Cairns Regional Council)

Principal Consultant (Rainwater Productions)

Senior Policy and Research Officer (Australia Council)

Program Manager (CCD Fund, Australia Council)

Community Development Officer (BEA, State Govt. Queensland)

Community Arts Officer (Brisbane City Council)

Teacher (ESL/EFL, English, Drama & Media)

Professional Artist (Theatre, Film, Music, CCD)

 

Education

Ph.D. Candidate (Philosophy, Swinburne University)

Diploma in Education (La Trobe University)

Bachelor of Arts (University of Queensland)

Boards and Committees (selected) 

FNQ Regional Managers Network Committee

James Cook University (PVC External Advisory Committee)

Carnivale Grants Committee (NSW Ministry for the Arts)

Performing Arts Panel (Arts Queensland)

 

Awards (selected)

Artist Fellowship (Australia Council)

Coral Sea Scholarship (Australian-American Fulbright Commission)

Thomas Morrow Prize for English (University of Queensland)

 

Research and Publications (selected)

A Community Centred Model for Tourism (Arts Queensland)

Two Steps Back from an Ersatz Cultural Rendition (Museums Australia)

Highway 61 Reinvented, Cultural Tourism in the USA (Artwork, CANSA Inc.)

Queensland Regional Arts and Cultural Strategy (Arts Queensland)