Kapetopoulos heads Kape Communications. He has experience in multicultural
services, arts programming, management, audience research, policy
development and marketing. Between 1993 and 2001, Fotis was the
director for Multicultural Arts Victoria; there he initiated a marketing
approach to multicultural arts resulting in programs on a local
and international level. Fotis initiated exchanges with Singapore,
Malaysia, India, Hungary and Greece and was the arts representative
on the 2000 AMF delegation to China.
Communications manage MAPD in partnership with the Australia Council
for the Arts, RMIT University and the Australian Multicultural Foundation,
and produced Who goes there? in 2004, a national multicultural
audience case studies report on Carnivale NSW, Para//elo Theatre,
kultour for the Australia Council.
Communications consulted for Walker International Communications
Ltd (NYC), the Arts Centre (VIC), Cultural Partners Ltd, The Australian
Ballet, Melbourne Theatre Company, Grand Union Orchestra (UK) and
Essential Media Communications.
Communications managed and marketed Arte Kanelas Flamenco
Rocks, the Grand Union Orchestra for Australia and the Donna Walker-Kuhne
(NY) national forums in Melbourne, Sydney and Perth.
holds a BA Hon in Politics, a GD and MA in International Tourism
Marketing, an Internship from the Smithsonian Institution, Washington
DC. He secured an Asialink Management Residency at the Singapore
Arts Council (NAC) where he facilitated a Memorandum of Understanding
between the NAC and Arts Victoria.
performs text/sound and has published non-fiction and fiction in
various arts, media and entertainment publications.