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.
ANDREW BATT-RAWDEN, GENERAL MANAGER
Andrew is a composer represented by the Australian Music Centre and performance artist with a very varied background in arts management, governance, festival direction/producing, education (primary to tertiary) and publishing. Ho co-established Chronology Arts music collective in 2006. Amongst others, he has worked with The Song Company, Legs On The Wall, Tom Bass Sculpture Studio and published Limelight Magazine from 2014-2018. He regularly collaborates with his partner, choreographer Dean Walsh.
OZLEM BEKIROGLOU ALDOGAN, PRODUCER
Ozlem has worked in communications and project management for various art disciplines such as performing and contemporary art, music, film and design for over 10 years. She has developed and delivered events and communication strategies for international festivals and biennials. She has started to work as a Producer at Critical Path.
PAUL WALKER, ADMINISTRATOR
Paul is an independent dancer and choreographer who has been involved in the Sydney dance community for over 15 years. He has come into the role of Administrator at Critical Path after finishing up as Program Coordinator at Milk Crate theatre.
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.
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.
CATHERINE SULLIVAN, SECRETARY
Catherine is a lawyer with extensive law firm and in-house corporate legal experience and is currently Senior Manager & Senior Legal Counsel at ASX Limited specialising in financial markets, corporate, governance and regulatory law. She is a director of Urban Theatre Projects, Western Sydney’s premier independent arts organisation, formerly Chair and director of Critical Stages, Australia’s national touring independent theatre company, and director of Brand X Inc, making space for artists.
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.
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.
ELLE EVANGELISTA, ARTIST REPRESENTATIVE
Elle is a dancer and choreographer. Her performance credits include KAGE, Force Majeure, Murmuration, Ghenoa Gela, Carriageworks, Opera Australia and the Gordon Frost Organisation. She has also worked in arts administration for Ausdance NSW, DirtyFeet, Bangarra, Performance Space and is currently the Company Administrator for Force Majeure. Her choreographic interest lies in large scale knitting.
KIRK PAGE, ARTIST REPRESENTATIVE
Kirk has worked in film, television and theatre as a performer, movement consultant and director for more than 20 years. He has worked as NORPA’s Associate Artistic Director, with Legs on The Wall, the 2006 Melbourne Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony, Bangarra Dance Theatre and Force Majeure.
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.