Natasha Cica is founding director of change consultancy Kapacity.org.

Until 2014 she was the founding director of the Inglis Clark Centre. She is a former CEO of Heide Museum of Modern Art, and was engaged as strategic counsel by the Australian Indigenous Mentoring Experience.

She is the author of Pedder Dreaming: Olegas Truchanas and a Lost Tasmanian Wilderness and co-editor of Griffith Review 39: Tasmania – The Tipping Point? and Griffith Review 69: The European Exchange.

 

 


Pieces by Natasha Cica

Ripped in half?
Edition 69: The European Exchange

Signing up to the social contract
Edition 67: Matters of Trust

On the ground
Edition 15: Divided Nation

Tulips to Amsterdam
Edition 27: Food Chain

Talking on the terrace
Edition 3: Webs of Power

The cracks are how the light gets in
Edition 39: TASMANIA – The Tipping Point?

Revisiting Andrew Inglis Clark
Edition 73: Hey, Utopia!

Griffith Review