New RADO For South West Arts05.06.2013
Regional Arts NSW welcomes Juliette Winterflood as the new Regional Arts Development Officer for South West Arts.
Juliette will facilitate the development of projects and initiatives to promote arts and community cultural development in the South West region of New South Wales.
She comes to Deniliquin from Canberra, where she has lived and worked for the last year as Marketing, Media and Communications Officer for the Australian Diabetes Educators Association. Juliette is a graduate of Charles Sturt University (Bachelor of Graphic Design and Advertising) and the Interior Design Institute Australia (Diploma of Interior Design).
Juliette is passionate about the development and promotion of regional arts, which holds special significance for a girl who grew up in the country. She comments “The arts and creative industries have always played a fundamental role in my life. I look forward to meeting many new faces around the region while working towards further developing arts and culture across the South West region”.
She will spend the coming months travelling around the South West area, aquainting herself with the various communities in the region.
Juliette fills the shoes of beloved ex-RADO Alyce Fisher, who has left the position to travel. Alyce says, ‘II am very sad to be leaving but am very happy to be handing the reigns over to Juliette who will add her own unique flair to the role.”
The Regional Arts Development Officer position is full time and based out of the Deniliquin office in Whitelock Street.
For further information please contact South West Arts (03) 5881 7749