iAM Projects (Independent Arts Management) is a creative agency which consults to government, cultural, health, corporate and non profit sectors. We have specialist skills in research & strategic planning, collaborations with First Nation peoples, stakeholder engagement, public art curation & procurement, project management and entrepreneurial approaches to creative practices.

Our approach enlivens a sense of place through fit for purpose collaborations founded on in-depth research, planning and practical project management.

Our goal is simple – provide high quality, unique outcomes for our clients whilst fostering the cultural and creative development of our landscape.

SIMON KOGER | Director

Simon has a diverse portfolio encompassing policy development, curatorial, design and project management in creative industries, environment and energy sectors. He is able to work seamlessly across multi-disciplinary teams and is uniquely positioned to respond to project drivers, constraints and aspirations.

Simon has extensive experience in developing fit for purpose Art Strategies and Master Plans. He has developed both Public Art Policy & Governance Models and is highly proficient working with a range of key stakeholders on large scale, commercial and redevelopment projects. Simon excels at Indigenous liaison and cultural research and seeks to include cultural expression and storytelling as a basis for public art planning.

Simon’s passion lies in a deep collaboration across multi-disciplinary teams. Driving innovation through dialogue and connection, Simon’s goal is to conceptualise and manage the successful delivery of unique, engaging and meaningful artistic outcomes.

MARISA GEORGIOU | Public Art Coordinator

Marisa is an inter-disciplinary artist who weaves together diverse strategies for living well with a focus on working across disciplines such as embodied movement, social practice, publishing and collaborative installations. Marisa’s practice embraces the complexity of current issues while promoting experiences that are intimate, gentle and self-aware.

Since completing a Bachelor of Fine Art (Hons) in 2015, Marisa has exhibited widely in numerous group and solo exhibitions. Marisa was co-founder and co-director of people+artist+place from 2016-2019; an arts initiative that focuses on the production of live, site-specific and socially-engaged art. Currently, they chair a local community NFP dedicated to the cultivation of participatory arts and cultural activities in Brisbane and regional Queensland.