LOTTE LILY HILDER
Producer / Curator / Photographer
Photographer: Art, Community Projects & Documentation
Producer: Festivals, Events, Public Art, Place-Making
Curator: Exhibitions, Public Programs, & Public Art
Lotte Hilder started her arts and creative industries career in photography and film, working on productions such as Spike Jonez feature film ‘Where the Wild Things Are’. In 2003 after relocating to Melbourne for 13 years, where she produced, curated and managed a wide variety of arts and cultural initiatives for Government, Arts, and Community organisations.
Lotte has also worked on significant arts and cultural initiatives, including working on Festivals such as ‘Yirramboi’ – First Nations Arts Festival, The Centre of Contemporary Photography, Gertrude Street Projection Festival, The Asia TOPA Triennial Festival in Melbourne, and Sculpture by the Sea in Sydney and Perth.
Currently she is collaborating on photographic projects with the WHIP women's photography collective & is in planning for a curated women's photographic exhibition at The Lock-Up in Newcastle for 2022.
PHOTOGRAPHY / ART / PUBLIC ART
LAKE MAC - ART PRIZE 2020
Highly Commended Acquisition
'Baaka Nhuungku' in collaboration with Newcastle Based Aboriginal Artist Jasmine Craciun (Barkindji/Malyangpa)
ARTS & CULTURAL DEVELOPMENT
MELBOURNE & REGIONAL NSW
Community Arts & Cultural Development projects with and for communities. Supporting diversity, inclusion and creative collaborations
MELBOURNE, NSW, WA
Public Art projects in collaboration with artists to activate public places and contribute to urban renewal and identity
FESTIVALS / PROJECTS / CULTURE