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Staff

Chief Executive Officer
Elizabeth Rogers
Phone 02 9270 2505

Elizabeth joined Regional Art NSW  as the Chief Executive Officer in December, 2006.  Since that time she has developed and  implemented a new strategic direction for the organisation focusing on its role  as a peak body and service agency for arts and cultural development across  rural and regional areas of the state. She works closely with the state wide  network 14 regional arts boards and acts as an advocate for the network with  the state and federal governments.  Elizabeth travels extensively throughout the state giving support to the network of Regional Development Organisations and their staff, gaining first hand information about many of  the challenges facing regional communities as well as seeing the great arts and  cultural projects produced in the regions.

Elizabeth has  a very broad base of arts management and arts marketing experience gained in  over 20 years work in the field in both metropolitan and regional areas. She moved  to Regional Arts NSW from the Sydney Conservatorium of Music, where she was Manager, Marketing & Communications for two years. In that time she developed and implemented key marketing and communications strategies. Previously, she was the Director of Canberra Arts Marketing for six and a half years. This was a unique role where she represented a large diversity of arts organisations  making up Australia’s  leading arts marketing consortium.

Elizabeth has worked as an arts marketer, arts manager, publicist,  festival director and presenter, as an employee as well as freelance, for a  wide diversity of performing arts organisations since the early eighties.

Finance Manager
Theresa Nguyen
(Part time: Tuesday - Wednesday)
Phone 02 9270 2503

Theresa joined Regional Arts NSW in January 2016.

Theresa is a Finance Manager with a wide range of experience in the not-for-profit, private and public sectors.

She brings a broad range of management, reporting and corporate governance experience to Regional Arts NSW, having worked as both a business owner and key member of executive teams across a range of industries, including several visual and performing arts organisations.

 

Manager, Communications & Administration
Katelyn-Jane Dunn
Full time: 9am to 5pm
Phone (02) 9270 2509

Katelyn joined Regional Arts NSW in February 2017.

Hailing from regional Queensland, Katelyn is an emerging artist and arts writer. She brings her previous experience in communications, administration and social media consultancy to her role at Regional Arts NSW, as well as her interests in publishing and regional arts practices.

Katelyn has previously worked 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.

Katelyn holds a Bachelor of Photography from the Queensland College of Art, Griffith University and is currently completing her Masters in Curatorship and Cultural Leadership at the University of New South Wales.

Manager, Projects and Grant Programs
Prudence Tan
Full time: 9am to 5pm
Phone 02 9270 2501

Pru joined Regional Arts NSW in December 2013.

Originally from Orange in Western NSW, Pru has a passion for rural arts and is keenly aware of the many challenges facing cultural development in these areas.   As an emerging curator and art theorist she is passionate about contemporary Australian art practice and culture.   Pru has previously worked as Volunteer Coordinator with Contempo at the Art Gallery of NSW, and with the NSW Department of Primary Industries during the Equine Influenza Outbreak.  Pru has a Bachelor Art Theory/ Bachelor Arts (Philosophy) from the Centre of Fine Arts, University of NSW.

Research and Development
Jane Kreis
part time

Jane joined Regional Arts NSW in April, 2015.

Former Regional Arts Development Officer/Executive Officer, Arts North West and currently Director Theatre Network NSW (P/T), Jane’s role is to research and source funding and partnership opportunities to support the delivery of Artlands Dubbo 2016, and to provide research and high level advice to the CEO, monitoring and developing organisational policies and assisting with research and responses to government policies that support the regional NSW network.

Jane holds a PhD in sustainable Australian Independent Theatre practices from the University of Wollongong and a Masters in Principles of Performance Presence from Queensland University of Technology.  Jane currently lives in Grafton NSW.