In business for more than two decades, Wolfe Words consistently delivers engaging and effective publicity campaigns, media strategies and words.
Owned and run by Diana Wolfe, a qualified journalist and experienced media campaigner, Wolfe Words specialises in translating complex issues and creative ideas into campaigns that produce outstanding media coverage and tangible results.
Diana’s expertise and strengths are in the fields of social welfare and advocacy, community arts, independent artists / musicians, and the applied sciences.
Recent arts experience
Diana Wolfe is a publicist, trained journalist and freelance writer with more than 20 years’ experience in the arts, applied sciences and social welfare, working with artists, independent arts groups and not-for-profit organisations.
She is also a singer with extensive experience in performing, community engagement and music promotion, as well as strong networks across music and mainstream media. She is a member of the Music Victoria Women’s Advisory Panel, and is a passionate advocate for Australian women in music.
She was lead publicist for the 2018 National Folk Festival in Canberra with Margot Gorski PR Matters, achieving more than 200 pieces of coverage on TV, radio (58 interviews and news items), online and in newspapers and magazines.
In 2017 she worked with Indigenous artist Jessie Lloyd on the launch and tour for her Mission Songs Project album, The Songs Back Home, which has earned widespread critical acclaim and national TV, radio and print coverage. That year Diana was also the publicist for the Boite Millennium Chorus, a 300-voice community choir performing at the Exhibition Centre.
She continues to work with Melbourne musician and composer Adam Simmons on his groundbreaking The Usefulness of Art concert series.