Katelyn-Jane Dunn is an emerging artist, writer and curator based in Sydney, Australia. With a Bachelor of Photography from the Queensland College of Art, Dunn's photo-media practice examines ideas of intimacy and inherited feminine identities. Her work has been exhibited as part of the Josephine Ulrick & Win Schubert Prize, Photoireland Festival, Head On Festival, Photo L.A., and Photo Contemporary in Los Angeles. Her debut exhibition Sugar was held at the Queensland Centre for Photography, Brisbane.

As an arts worker, Dunn is the Communications & Administration Manager at Regional Arts NSW. She has previously worked as Gallery Manager for the Hold Artspace, Front of House Manager for the Australian Centre for Photography, completed copyright research for The Katte Collection: Selected Works, and was the Program Co-ordinator of the Queensland Festival of Photography 5. In 2014, Dunn founded Common Ground Journal, an online journal for women and non-binary writers, curators and photo-media artists.

Dunn is currently completing a Graduate Diploma in Curatorship & Cultural Leadership at the UNSW Art & Design (formerly COFA).

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