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Katie Lenanton completed a double degree in Art and Cultural Studies (majoring in Professional Writing) at Curtin University of Technology in 2007. Katie works independently within the arts as an administrator and producer, focussing on projects that promote and commission new works from WA's emerging artists and musicians. She has been a director of not-for-profit record label and arts organisation Love Is My Velocity (LIMV) since 2006, co-creating Love Is My Velocity's Cookbook I (2007) & II (2009) publications and exhibitions and the RISO poster publication (2010). LIMV have co-produced events with PICA, ARTRAGE and the Fremantle Arts Centre, and developed Bank Notes (2009) and Takeaway Tunes (2010) for the West Australian Music Industry Association's annual festival. Lenanton also co-produced the boom. exhibition and publication in 2009. She currently works part time as the Youth Events Officer for the City of Perth, launching the In Transit screen spaces for emerging video and new media artists in June 2010.

For Rounds, Katie has written an essay on Neil Aldum.