RANSW | Comings & Goings03.02.2017
Arts Norther Rivers welcomes Deb McBride to the role of Communications Manager. Deb has a strong background in publicity in marketing, particularly within the film and television industry. She has worked as the Conference Director of the Screen Producers Association of Australia, Manager for Screenworks, Head of Marketing and Publicity for the Australian Film, Television and Radio School (AFTRS) and is currently Chair of the Screenworks board. Deb takes over from Zoe Robinson-Kennedy, who has left for maternity leave. We wish Zoe and her family all the best during this exciting time.
Outback Arts has welcomed back Executive Director Jamie-Lea Trindall from maternity leave after having a beautiful baby girl. RANSW warmly welcomes Jamie-Lea back and sends best wishes to her and the new family.
The RANSW head office also welcomes our new Communications & Administration Manager, Katelyn-Jane Dunn. Katelyn hails from North Queensland, and holds a Bachelor of Photography from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University. She brings her previous experience as Festival Program Coordinator at the Queensland Festival of Photography, Gallery Manager at the Hold Artspace and Front of House Manager at the Australian Centre for Photography to the role, along with her Masters studies in Curatorship and Cultural Leadership (University of New South Wales).