Esther Anatolitis is Director of Regional Arts Victoria, and co-curator of Architecture+Philosophy. She is a writer, facilitator and arts advocate. Esther has collaborated on various cross-disciplinary projects across a range of media and locations, with a focus on the identification of interstitial spaces for new work, and the creative power of art to make place. Her past professional roles span craft and design, literary arts, multicultural arts, public art, festivals, publishing and broadcasting; she has held CEO-level positions with several key Victorian arts organisations, and she has consulted to numerous arts organisations on their strategic planning and programming. Esther fosters sector-wide arts networks with a Victorian focus. Esther’s work has been published widely in Australia and overseas, most recently in The Age, The Australian, Arts Hub, un Magazine, Dancehouse Diary, Artichoke, Houses and RealTime Arts. She has been profiled in The Age, The Leader, Melbourne News, CB Online, Arts Hub and Neos Kosmos. Her writing has been translated into German, Greek and Ukrainian. Esther’s work creates and sustains the frameworks for independent creative practice.