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Rosie Dwyer

Rosie Dwyer, Programming Manager
Ph: 03 9644 1807

Rosie Dwyer has a passion for bringing high quality arts experience to communities of all shapes and sizes. Starting her arts career producing music and festival events for young people in the Northern Territory, Rosie has had over 15 years’ experience in community & major international arts festivals, theatre, music management and touring across a diverse range of areas such as producing, programming, production, venue, stage and artist management and administration. Rosie is also a new mum, passionate gardener and bush walker.  

Anna Kennedy

Anna Kennedy, Connecting Places Manager
Ph: 03 9644 1809

Anna is Regional Arts Victoria’s Connecting Places Manager. She is also a producer, actor and theatre-maker, facilitating and participating in a broad range of arts events including plays, festivals, devised and immersive theatre, roving performance and site specific work. Since graduating from the Victorian College of the Arts in 2014, she has collaborated with companies such as fortyfivedownstairs, Rollercoaster Theatre, She Said Theatre, Riot Stage, Poppy Seed Theatre Festival, Lonely Company, La Mama Theatre, Auspicious Arts Projects, Living Positive Victoria, Darebin Arts, and various presenters and venues across Australia and New Zealand.

Pippin Davies

Pippin Davies, Arts & Education Manager
Ph: 03 9644 1808

Pippin is our Arts & Education Coordinator. Pippin joins Regional Arts Victoria from Circus Oz, where she was previously the Classes and Education Coordinator. Pippin holds a Bachelor of Arts majoring in Drama and Dance, and brings with her a wealth of experience in training and performing and a passion for arts education.

Bindi Green

Bindi Green, Touring Coordinator
Ph: 03 9644 1804

Bindi Green has been a professional freelance production collaborator for over twenty years, and comes to Regional Arts Victoria with an extensive touring back catalogue, both internationally and across all states and territories of Australia. With a mix of contemporary theatrical productions, arts festivals, live art experiences and community arts projects, Bindi has worked with a diverse range of companies and individuals across Australia. A core company member of Bunk Puppets, Bindi has also toured recently with Australian artists Salvador Dinosaur, Tim Humphreys and Madeleine Flynn, Bec Reid and Elbow Room. Working often in unusual venues and non-traditional performance environments, Bindi enjoys developing new artistic works and interactive experiences and theatrical events which create new and inspiring experiences for audiences, and which celebrate the unique talents and particular spirit of communities. 

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Adam Fawcett, Programming Communications Coordinator
Ph: 03 9644 1803

Adam is Regional Arts Victoria’s Programming Communications Coordinator. As the co-founder and creative producer of Australian new writing theatre company Lab Kelpie, he has developed, produced, marketed and toured 13 new Australian works to over 50 venues across Australian and New Zealand. In his own practice as an emerging playwright and screenwriter, Adam is focussed on putting queer narratives at the centre of his work, with his first play, Become The One, awarded the 2018 Midsumma/Gasworks Playtime Award for New Queer Writing.

Megan Collier

Megan Collier, Arts & Education Coordinator
Ph: 03 9644 1818

Megan has worked for a variety of different arts organisations in the UK including galleries, a live art festival and various community arts projects. Before making the big move to Australia in early 2019, Megan was Arts Participation Coordinator for a charity in the North East of England, running projects aiming to increase engagement in the arts in isolated areas, a cause for which she is extremely passionate. Megan also worked as a Curator for the Biscuit Factory art gallery and has a wealth of visual arts experience with a degree in Fine Art and a Masters in Curating. Since moving to Melbourne she has been running art classes for children as well as taking on the role of curator at in.cube8r gallery, creating exhibitions that support emerging artists.

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Adalya Nash Hussein, Programming Administrator
Ph: 03 9644 1806

Adalya is an administrator working across Arts & Education, Touring Services and Connecting Places. When not immersed in spreadsheets, Adalya is a writer and editor. Her work has appeared in The Lifted Brow, Liminal, Ibis House and Going Down Swinging (among others). She has been a Wheeler Centre Hot Desk Fellow, shortlisted for the Scribe Nonfiction Prize, and an Emerging Writers’ Festival Melbourne Recital Centre Writer in Residence. She is Online Co-Editor at The Lifted Brow and a Nonfiction Editor at Voiceworks.

 


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