CLAIRE HICKS, DIRECTOR
Claire has been working with artists, artform and audience development for over 20 years. As an independent producer and curator her work includes dramaturgy, discourse & writing projects. She has programmed and produced theatre venues, international collaborations, touring work, international festivals, and a range of development programs.
LAURA OSWEILER PhD, GENERAL MANAGER
Laura has been an independent producer for almost 20 years in the United States and now Sydney. Her work include concerts, workshops, and conventions such as the Austin Belly Dance Convention, An Evening of Experimental Middle Eastern Dance (EEMED), X–MED – workshops on experimental dance, and Improvisational Dance Series. She is also a practicing artist.
KATE MAGUIRE-ROSIER, ADMINISTRATOR
Kate is a dancer, writer, researcher and teacher, working also as a sessional academic at Macquarie University and co-convening the International Federation for Theatre Research’s Performance and Disability Working Group. Her research in dance and disability performance practice is published by the Australasian Drama Studies Association and Theatre Research International.
FREYA LUDOWICI, PROJECT COORDINATOR
Freya is a Master of Art Curating student at the University of Sydney and holds a Bachelor of Visual Arts. She is a photographer and has worked for other arts organisations such as Museum of Contemporary Art Australia and Museum of Applied Arts and Sciences.
KAREN STEAINS, FINANCIAL CONSULTANT
Karen manages Critical Path’s financial reporting, and advises on all matters related. She is administrator and CFO at Synergy & Taikoz Ltd as well as a professional photographer.
SHANE CARROLL, CHAIR
Shane has worked in the arts sector as a performer, teacher, consultant, manager, researcher, advocate and advisor for around 40 years. Currently she supports artists through strategic initiatives to create viable careers, and contributes to arts advocacy, funding and policy development.
Marcus Barker is the Chief Executive of the Sydney International Piano Competition. He has worked in the arts sector for over 20 years in Australia, the UK and the Republic of Ireland.
Fenn is the Executive Producer of her own company, Tandem, and has worked with many of Australia’s leading artists including William Yang, Kristina Chan, Meryl Tankard, Victoria Hunt, ILBIJERRRI Theatre Company, Gavin Webber and Grayson Millwood, and the late Tanja Liedtke.
RAGHAV HANDA, ARTIST REPRESENTATIVE
Raghav is an Australian choreographer and performer of Indian heritage with training in modern and Indigenous contemporary dance, with a solid history of performances across Australia and overseas.
PATRICIA WOOD, ARTIST REPRESENTATIVE
Patricia is an independent dancer, choreographer and performer. Her work draws from choreographic and ethnographic process and takes multiple forms, including performance, radio transmission and text. She is also a teaching artist with Sydney Dance Company and a caretaker of ReadyMade Works.
ANNABEL MILLET, TREASURER
Annabel is a UK qualified Chartered Accountant and a senior management consultant at PwC. She has extensive experience across the private and government sector, helping clients to manage their Finance functions through business design, strategy and transformation programs.
Rosanne Chan will be joining us from February 2019 to work on March Dance among other exciting projects. Rosanne is an international student from Macquarie University where she is studying a B. Arts majoring in dance and theatre performance.