Kim V Goldsmith
Kim V. Goldsmith is a professional communicator and multi-media artist who has worked in regional NSW for past 25 years. She has been based near Dubbo since coming to the city with ABC Radio in 1992. Kim has worked across a range of regional sectors as a media and marketing communications specialist, including the arts, tourism, regional development, rural industries and the natural resources sector. She spent 18 months as Orana Arts’ first project/publicity officer and then acting RADO (2004/05). In 2004, Kim co-established regional artist collective, Fresh Arts Inc., as well as forging a solo career for herself over the following years, showing digital media and installation works at the Western Plains Cultural Centre and at Cementa_15, as well as several small commercial galleries and artist-run spaces across regional NSW. She’s active in the Dubbo Filmmakers Group and coordinator of the Bring to Light Projects, established in 2014. Kim has brought her together her skills and interests as project manager of the new BOOMDubbo initiative started in August 2015 to commission and promote public artworks and events that would increase the value and vibrancy of Dubbo’s CBD. BOOMDubbo works with artists, business and property owners, local government and community.