With over three decades of experience, Creative Road works with clients to conceptualise art and design projects which creatively express their unique character & values.

Working in partnership with artists to realise their vision, we have delivered hundreds of public artworks of diverse mediums, scale, and purpose.

Our track record in the successful delivery of artworks across Australia and internationally enables us to provide public art strategy and planning advice based on firsthand experience.

We support clients and artists in ways which reduce risk and deliver the best artistic outcomes.

We offer the right combination of skills and experience, as well as a capacity for innovation in the delivery of your next project.

To organise a meeting with us please call or email our office.

0438 761 841

enquiry@creativeroad.com.au

Rebecca Townsend
Rebecca Townsend
creative director

With post graduate qualifications in Arts Management and wide professional experience working across the creative industries, Rebecca has developed and implemented a diverse range of creative projects for corporate and government clients.

In her former role at Sculpture by the Sea, Rebecca oversaw the growth of a major Australian cultural event and public art commissions in Australia. She has since produced significant projects in locations across Australia and internationally.

Rebecca’s curatorial and project management experience have resulted in innovative and cost effective approaches to the design of spaces, strengthening identity and sense of place. She has a special interest in place making and developing strategies which expand the unique range of interfaces art has with different sectors of our community.

Bronwen Colman
Bronwen Colman
senior curator

Bronwen is an experienced project manager, curator and arts administrator, implementing visual art strategies for organisations in both the corporate and public sectors. As Director of Urban Art for Melbourne Docklands Authority Bronwen developed a masterplan to guide the commissioning of public art integrated with the Docklands development. She managed a $50 million budget which saw the commission of 35 large scale art commissions. Bronwen’s stakeholder management is a key aspect of her skills and central to each successful project. Her particular interest is in ensuring commissioned public art is integrated with and responds to its environment as an important part of place creation.

Darren Taitoko
Darren Taitoko
technical director

As a registered Landscape Architect, Darren brings over 30 years of experience in project management of large scale design projects. His projects have won local, state, national and international awards from the Urban Development Institute of Australia, Planning Institute of Australia and the Australian Institute of Landscape Architects. Darren has extensive experience in managing design development, fabrication and installation of public art elements, integrated with landscape and architectural project outcomes. He aims to create design solutions that capture the character of a project site, while responding to the functional, cultural, social and recreational requirements of people. He recognises that the delivery of design solutions into “built reality” relies on close attention to technical detail, cost benefit considerations and well managed resources.

Zoe Robinson-Kennedy
Zoe Robinson-Kennedy
curator and project manager
Zoe has over 15 years’ experience as a curator, creative director, project manager, writer and researcher. She holds a degree in Creative and Applied Arts and has published research and texts on contemporary art and curatorial practice. Zoe’s speciality is collaborating with artists and clients to realise ambitious projects in the built environment which engage diverse audiences. She is passionate about supporting the careers of contemporary Australian and international artists. Working closely with the Creative Director, Zoe’s role is to develop and implement the delivery of public art strategies and plans, managing the delicate intricacies within the art commissioning process. Her considered and professional approach reduces the risk for clients and ensures artistic integrity is always maintained.
Natalie Bull
Natalie Bull
curator and project manager
Natalie holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts (Honours) COFA UNSW and has pursued a career in the creative arts sector spanning 15 years. With extensive experience in project management, cultural development and curatorial practice, Natalie has presented works in the public realm, community arts and in a gallery context. Working closely with the Creative Director, Natalie’s focus at Creative Road is on preparing and delivering public art strategies for private and government clients, this includes artist research, community consultation and public art project development. Natalie is committed to advocacy for artists and providing a platform for artists to present permanent works and experiential site-specific projects that enhance our cultural landscape.