RANSW | Comings & Goings29.06.2017
The latest comings and goings within the Regional Arts NSW network and beyond.
REGIONAL ARTS NSW
This July Regional Arts NSW has said goodbye (for now) to Prudence Tan (Manager, Grants & Projects), as she heads off onto maternity leave. We with Pru and her blossoming family all the best as life begins with the pitter patter of little feet!
Lexie Reeves has returned to the RANSW office to fill Pru’s role in the interim, and will be the new point of contact for all grants programs and RANSW projects. You can reach her at firstname.lastname@example.org
Outback Arts has had the talented Ellie Russell of Darling Design Co and founder of Far West Living magazine join the team, taking up the role of Creative Producer. Ellie is a freelance graphic designer residing in Cobar, and we’re sure great things are yet to happen with her at the production helm!
Timeeka George has joined the team at Murray Arts for 12 months in an Indigenous School Based Retail Traineeship with burraja gallery. Timeeka is in Year 11 at Wangaratta High School and spent her first day preparing and installing artwork for a pop-up exhibition during HART at HotHouse Theatre. You can follow Timeeka’s journey with us on Instagram @burraja_gallery!
The Indigenous School Based Retail Traineeship with burraja gallery at Murray Arts is in partnership with GTES.