Kate Taylor is a long time contributor to the Arts pages of The Globe and Mail (http://www NULL.theglobeandmail NULL.com/authors/kate-taylor), where her work has been honoured with a National Newspaper Award (http://www NULL.nna-ccj NULL.ca/globe-mail-takes-top-honours-national-newspaper-awards/). Currently, she serves as visual art critic and also writes about culture and film. Previously, she served as the Globe’s theatre critic, winning two Nathan Cohen Awards (http://canadiantheatrecritics NULL.ca/?page_id=11) for her reviews.
Kate takes a particular interest in cultural policy, writing extensively about copyright, broadcasting regulation and the social role of museums. In 2009, she was awarded the Atkinson Fellowship (http://atkinsonfoundation NULL.ca/grants/atkinson-awards/) in public policy journalism to study Canadian cultural sovereignty in the digital age. The results (http://atkinsonfoundation NULL.ca/wp-content/uploads/2013/07/northern-lights-keeping-canadian-culture-ablaze NULL.pdf) were published in the Toronto Star in September, 2010.